Last year, HMD Global owned Nokia launched its entry-level smartphone, called Nokia 2.3. Now it looks like the company plans to launch the successor of the phone, called the Nokia 2.4 smartphone. The phone appeared on GeekBench benchmarking platform and reveal specs of it.
According to the GeekBench, Nokia’s 2.4 smartphone is running on Android 10 operating system out of the box. The phone has an HMD Global Wolverine code name. Its mentioned in the image, the phone powered by MediaTek MT6762V/WB chipset, which is the MediaTek Helio P22. It has an Octa-Core CPU which clocks at 2.0 GHz.
The Nokia 2.4 will have 2 GB of RAM onboard. However, the storage capacity of the phone is not mentioned, but we expect it to be either 16 GB or 32 GB along with a micro SD card storage option.
On the GeekBench benchmarking platform, the phone scored 136 points in the single-core test and 497 points in the multi-core test. Meanwhile, the company yet to declare the exact launch date of the phone officially. It seems like the launch should not be far away. In the upcoming days, we expect to get more details about the phone features and specs.