Nokia 2.3 price in Pakistan and launch offers
Nokia 2.3 price in Pakistan starts at Rs. 14,900. This is for the base variant that comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
Retail Price of Nokia 2.3 in Pakistan is Rs. 14,900.
Retail Price of Nokia in USD is $111.
Nokia 2.3 - A New Entry-level Smartphone
Tech giant Nokia will unveil 2.3, the upgraded version of the 2.2. The up-gradation is taught to be not that significant. It is an entry-level smartphone with a well-known chipset. The internal memory of the Nokia 2.3 is also a good one that will allow you to store a lot of data on the smartphone for future use. The leaked information about the upcoming Nokia's 2.3 ensures that it will support dual SIM and will be available in Sand, Cyan Green, and Charcoal color variants. The information leaked about the chipset of the new Nokia 2.3's, confirms that it will be powered by the MediaTekâ€™s Helio A22. This chipset will be used in place of 28nm Snapdragon 425. This 12 nm Chipset will provide more power to the Nokia sharp 2.3. Different variants of the phone will offer different ranges of RAM and internal storage. One of the models is packed with 2 gigabytes of RAM and Nokia is going to pack this new upcoming smartphone 2.3 with 16 gigabytes of internal storage. The next variant will be available in 3 gigabytes of RAM capacity and the internal storage of the phone will 32 gigabytes. 2.3 has got another model that may offer an upgraded RAM and internal storage of the phone may also become double. The battery of the handset is reduced by 1000 mAh. It means that the new 2.3 will be fueled with a 4000 mAh battery. Though the battery is a bit on the lower side, still you will have enough power to keep the handset on toes. The upgraded 2.3 has got a Dual lens of 13 MP + 2 MP along with an LED flash that is placed just under the alone lens of the phone. The front-facing camera will be 5 megapixels. The 2.3 by Nokia has no fingerprint reader. As this is an entry-level smartphone so you expect a reasonable price tag. The company is now competitive enough to challenge high-rated companies like Samsung by bringing smartphones like Nokia 2.3.