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  • Nokia 2.2 (3GB + 32GB)P5,990
  • * Prices updated on Apr 16, 2021.
  • * The prices listed have been converted from USD to PHP based on exchange rates of Apr 16, 2021.

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Specs of Nokia 2.2

Type Type Smartphone , Phablet , Notch Phone , Budget Phone
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Basic OS Android
OS ver Android 9.0 (Pie), upgradable to Android 10, Android One
SIM Nano SIM , Single SIM , Dual SIM , Dual Standby
CPU MediaTek MT6761 Helio A22
Quad-core Cortex-A53
CPU Speed 2.0 GHz
Storage 16GB , 32GB
RAM 2GB , 3GB
External Storage microSD, up to 400GB
Battery 3,000mAh
Screen Display Size 5.71 inches
Display Resolution HD+ 720 x 1520 pixels
Network Type 2G , 3G , 4G (LTE)
2G GSM: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2 (Dual SIM model only)
3G HSDPA: 850 / 900 / 2100 - APAC, EMEA
4G (LTE) LTE: band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 38(2600), 40(2300) - APAC, EMEA
Speed HSPA: 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps
Camera Main Camera 13MP
Front Camera 5MP
Others Features Wi-Fi , Hotspot/Tethering , GPS , Bluetooth , Flash , Face Unlock , 3.5mm Headphone Jack
Size Dimensions 145.96 x 70.56 x 9.3 mm
Weight 153 g

Nokia 2.2 Latest Price in the Philippines Starts from P4,890 April 2021

The lowest price of Nokia 2.2 is P4,890 at Lazada, which is 65% less than the cost of 2.2 at Galleon (P13,922). This smartphone is available in 16GB, 32GB storage variants. The latest price of Nokia 2.2 was updated on Mar 8, 2021, 14:12.

Nokia 2.2 Price summary in the Philippines

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Galleon P7,828 Shipping charged

Price List by Country for Nokia 2.2

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Philippines PHP 4,890 P4,890
Thailand THB 2,355 P3,650.25
Indonesia IDR 1.150.000 P3,828.79

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About Nokia 2.2

A Legendary Masterpiece

Nokia's change to a primary focus on telecommunications began just around the 1990s. The first GSM call that was ever made was around 1991 and the Nokia equipment itself was used for it. And a growing rapid success in the mobile phone market allowed Nokia to be called in 1998, as the best- selling mobile phone in the world. And in 2003 Nokia introduced the first camera phone and surprisingly it was a huge success. In 2011, to address the ever-increasing competition from iOS and Android operating systems on the market, Nokia to combat the challenge entered into a strategic partnership with Microsoft itself. And in 2014 Nokia sold all its rights on its mobile and devices division to Microsoft, and because of this partnership, this was how the creation of Nokia Networks came about. When 2015 arrive Nokia under Microsoft purchased a Franco-American telecommunications equipment provider namely Alcatel-Lucent which in-turn greatly increased the coverage of Nokia's portfolio and customer base which gave them a major boost in their mobile phones. Additional acquisitions of companies have also placed Nokia in a spot to be a leader in the transition from 4G to 5G wireless technology network by offering the one and only existing end-to-end 5G network available on a global basis and because of this everyone was surprised with how Nokia handled and gained acquisitions of things. And in 2016 Nokia re-entered the mobile industry market, and this was done through a licensing agreement with HMD Global themselves, and because of this, it allowed them to offer phones once again under the Nokia brand to everyone's surprise. Because of Nokia doing a big change in the upgrade of the Nokia 2.1 to Nokia 2.2, the Nokia 2.2 continues to maintain Nokia's line reputation of providing it's very own clean, stock, and optimized Android to any users who prefer to buy budget phones over the flagship or premium ones.Overall, reviewers and critics find the Nokia 2.2 is a device meant for those who don't necessarily worry about either high or mid-range specifications on their devices.

Pros

  • Nokia 2.2 uses a stock android version which is smoother and easier to use
  • The processor is a Quad-core 2.0 GHz Mediatek Helio A22 Processor
  • Nokia 2.2 comes with a 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal memory

Cons

  • The processor used is pretty weak compared to other android smartphones
  • The camera is pretty low in terms of image quality

A Classic Design of The Ages

Having used several Nokia branded phones in recent years, most of which consisting of solid aluminum and glass builds, it was interesting to be holding a plastic unit with the Nokia 2.2. The build is light, and some people who saw it felt it was cute. The test unit that Nokia released for the Nokia 2.2 was black and had prominent Android One branding on the back fo the phone. The Nokia 2.2 is the third phone from HMD that was made in India to have an amazing waterdrop display. As far as notches and bezels go, the droplet-shaped heading of the phone is easy to accept and won't be interfering with a users viewing experience. The front also looks a lot like its predecessor which was the Nokia 4.2, which is coming from Nokia, which is not a bad thing. The bezels around the display are also a lot slimmer compared to its predecessors, which came with its own thick top bezel. But because of Nokias choice of reducing the bezels, the Nokia 2.2 now is able to fit in more display which is surprising because of it having just roughly the same footprint as its predecessor the previous Nokia 2.1. The rear of the Nokia 2.2 though is actually quite similar to its predecessor in a way that it has a plastic shell around it and having a glossy finish. However, the Nokia 2.2 does not get any updates on different contrast of accents on the logo and around which made the frame that made the Nokia 2.1 look just a bit more attractive. The Nokia 2.2's rear cover just like its predecessors can also be removed, which would reveal the battery and card slots. The Nokia 2.2 comes with its own unique waterdrop style U-shaped notch display.

There are some bezels around the display screen which in comparison to its predecessor Nokia 2.1 is thinner. Due to the thinner bezel, the smartphone's display screen looks much bigger.At the back of the phone, Noki has placed the Nokia 2.2 with a plastic cover that has a glossy finish like previously mentioned. The back cover can also be removed which is a common thing for previous Nokia phones just so that users can add and remove the battery and SIM cards and memory cards. The main issue though is that the glossy back panel tends to attract a lot of smudges. This time around though, HMD Global has allowed users to remove the battery as previously mentioned for the reason that you can swap it for a newer one whenever you need a new one. While the card slots near the rear camera module can support two nano-SIM cards and a single microSD card. The Nokia 2.2 comes in Steel and Tungsten Black colors, but if that's too simple for your taste, you can swap them out for Xpress-On covers in Taurus Green, Pink Sand, and Ice Blue. The Nokia 2.2's glossy rear panel as previously mentioned can easily leave marks and smudges. Although that being said, as always you can trust Nokia phones to give you a solid build and durability just like it's predecessors the Nokia 2.2 is no different from them. The phone itself feels sturdy enough and the weight is light enough.

A Performance of Display Like No Other

The Nokia 2.2 sports a 5.7-inch display. The display that Nokia 2.2 has good colors that look deep and pleasing to one's eyes. Brightness levels as well are quite decent indoors, but will leave you wanting more when you are outside or under sunlight. The Nokia 2.2's hardware and software has received the biggest upgrades compared to its predecessors. Last year's Nokia 2.1 was actually offered the Snapdragon 425 chipset that also comes with 1GB of RAM. It also ran on an Android Go system that ran on a forked version of Android and it came with a much lightweight and toned down Go-based apps. But now things have changed up a notch the Nokia 2.2, on the other hand, gets a slightly faster MediaTek Helio A22 chipset which is paired with its very own 2GB or 3GB of RAM. Depending on your RAM of choice the options that you have depends on you because you can either get,16GB or 32GB of internal storage.

Nokia is known for its very own Android One experience, which means it has a clean stock Android 9 Pie that has already been pre-installed, and free of any bloatware or apps that are pre-built in. But not to worry because this is further upgradable to Android 10, but if you are used to other EMUI then getting comfortable with Android One will really take some time to get used to. The Nokia 2.2 also features it's very own Face unlock, but the implementation is still quite slow, which usually takes about five seconds before it unlocking. Even after the five seconds, it sometimes fails, which usually happens when lighting is poor or your face is moving around too much. On the performance side of the device, the Helio A22 doesn't do anything that much to make the phone extra snappy like other budget phones out on the market these days. Apps are also slow to open and the general touch response felt very slow when being done multiple times. Even when the phone running on its day-to-day tasks like messaging on WhatsApp, and browsing through some social media apps, by either opening, reading, or responding to a mail always felt sluggish and often very tiresome to wait. Even when you're trying to quickly open the camera app from the lock screen it would always fail, which could be a software issue that has not been handled well. But the Nokia 2.2 is one of the most affordable Android One phones that has ever been released.

A Walkthrough Time

The cameras on the Nokia 2.2 is something you won't have to expect much from since it's a budget smartphone. It only gets a single 13mp primary camera on the back that comes with LED flash support and a 5mp front camera. The cameras though can still shoot and record videos, but that's pretty much you can expect from it. But you do get an HDR, panorama, a Google Lens. HMD has AI-powered low-light photography as well. Critics were just a bit skeptical about the feature on the entry-level phone Nokia 2.2, and their skepticism was spot on. The long exposure mode of the camera is supposed to automatically kick in when the camera detects that it's under low-light conditions, but during the time reviewers spent with the device, they were unable to tell when this exactly happened. Whether it successfully did or not, low-light shots are unusable because of this as they appear blurry and quite noisy. But the Nokia 2.2 can capture some good colors when exposed in daylight, but the image itself will look dull rather than a brightened image. The shutter speed as well is very laggy and the autofocus is slow so a lot of the shots you take will always lack detail and appear very shaky. Don't expect much from selfies as well because it won't offer a lot of detail, but the colors look very good.

The exposure level is balanced, but still on the dull side. The general UI is a bit slow, so switching between modes will take a couple of seconds. Overall, the cameras are pretty average and definitely not the best feature of the Nokia 2.2. They work fine for an entry-level phone, but once the Nokia 2.2 bumps up its price tag, you'll find better alternatives like the Redmi 7. The phone was slow to focus when shooting macros, and the results weren't as sharp as we expected. The camera was also slow to save shots and get ready to let us take the next one. Photos taken in low light were dark and had a lot of grain. However, the camera did manage to deliver brighter images using HDR. Since there is no night mode, we recommend that you take low-light shots with HDR enabled. here is no portrait mode, so you won't be able to take shots with blurred backgrounds. The selfie camera is also strictly average. Photos lacked detail and also looked washed-out. HDR is available for the selfie camera but it did not seem to make a difference in our experience. Video recording already maxes itself out at 1080p for both the primary as well as the front-facing cameras. However, video is saved in the old 3GP format, whereas most other smartphones save videos in the MP4 format. Since there is no video stabilization, you will get shaky results. We also noticed a focus hunting issue while recording video.

An Unbeatable Battery

The Nokia 2.2 actually has a 3,000mAh battery which is already sufficient enough for a phone that offers quite a low-powered chipset and a low-resolution display. You won't have to worry about power consumption as well because there isn't much on the phone that would drastically drain the battery, so the Nokia 2.2 in all aspects will easily last you a full day just on a single charge on the same day. And it is already clear to see that this phone is not recommended for gaming users because you're more likely to use the Nokia 2.2 for either messaging, social media and website browsing, and also occasional video streaming on low resolution. The Nokia also 2.2 offers a great standby time, which will help prolong the battery that it has. And it's good that the battery will last long, because charging the Nokia 2.2 will really take a lot of your time since it has such a slow process. Because the phone takes around 3 hours to charge from zero to 100 percent using the charger that comes with the box upon purchase. The phone as well does not support fast charging so the charger you have is all that you get in the end. The Nokia 2.2 also lets you remove the battery as this is a common thing on Nokia phones, which is very good to see. So if you're battery already wears out, you can always swap it for a new one.

A Final Verdict

The shift of the Nokia 2.1 to Nokia 2.2 change the in-built battery to a removable battery which something reviewers did not expect, and the cameras have improved considerably even with the current quirks that it has. While face unlock feels more like a gimmick rather than a real feature on the phone itself, the Nokia 2.2 is still an ideal device for those who need backup or weekend phones especially if their current phones breakdown. There is some value with the Nokia 2.2 and critics think that as the first-ever Android phone user to having a spare device, the Nokia 2.2 is pretty good and users can see this device being marketed for those who want a simple, somewhat hardware device that will go the extra mile. So in the end Nokia 2.2 is an ultra-affordable smartphone, meant for those who like budgeted smartphone seekers, looking for just the right amount of modest specs, and a decent running functionality, which is backed by Android One and the legendary Nokia reliability which they have proven time and time again to be worthy of their reputation. That being said, if you're the type who loves photography or multitasking then it's not well-suited for you. So that being said Nokia is still one of the thriftiest and a walk through memory lane phones so if all these features do not match the type of budget phone you're looking for then feel free to go look for your dream budget phone.


September 29, 2020

Reviews of Nokia 2.2

User Review : 4Reviews

Design 3.8
Portability 5.0
Operability 4.3
Response 4.3
Display 3.8
Listenability 5.0
Battery 2.8
Total 4.1

Ivan Ibias

Nokia 2.2

Good for the price, bonus factor na din kasi Android one device siya. ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.1
  • Date : May 15, 2020
  • Review by Ivan Ibias

Mark G.

weird phone

This is the last phone I got from Nokia at sadly hindi ko talaga nagustuhan ang mga Nokia phones ngayon, iba ...Read more

  • Rating : 3.4
  • Date : Dec 17, 2019
  • Review by Mark G.

Tina Jose

Simple type of phone

Not what I expected from Nokia since Nokia user kasi talaga ako ito yung phone na hinihintay ko maglabas ng bagong ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.4
  • Date : Dec 16, 2019
  • Review by Tina Jose

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Leonard Manait

Okay pa din ba ito?

Ibig ko sabihin para sa mga current standards ng smartphones, okay pa din ba ito gamitin? Parang gusto ko kasi itry pero hindi ko din alam kung global version na ito saka kung compatible pa to sa mga latest apps

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CPU MediaTek MT6761 Helio A22
Quad-core Cortex-A53
MediaTek Helio P20 MT6757
Octa-core Cortex-A53
MediaTek Helio P25
Octa Core
ARM Cortex A53 2.6GHz x4 + ARM Cortex-A53 1.6GHz x4
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Octa-core
Samsung Exynos 9611 (10nm)
Octa-core
Snapdragon Qualcomm 660
Octa core 64bit
OS ver Android 9.0 (Pie), upgradable to Android 10, Android One Android 10 Android 7.0 Nougat Samsung One UI (Android 9.0 Pie) Android 9.0 (Pie); One UI Android 7.1 Nougat + ColorOS3.1
Display Size 5.71 inches 6.49 inches 5.5 inches 6.4 inches 6.4 inches 5.50 inches
Display Resolution HD+ 720 x 1520 pixels HD+ 1560 x 720 pixels Full HD 1920 x 1080 FHD+ (1080×2340) Super AMOLED Super AMOLED FHD+ 2340 x 1080 pixels HD (1080 x 1920)
RAM 2GB, 3GB 4GB 6GB 6GB 4GB, 6GB 4GB
Storage 16GB, 32GB 64GB 64GB, 128GB 128GB 64GB, 128GB 64GB
External Storage microSD, up to 400GB microSD, up to 256GB microSD card Up to 256GB Up to 512GB microSD, up to 512GB Up to 256GB via microSD
Main Camera 13MP 16MP + 8MP + 5MP + 5MP 16 MP + 5 MP, ƒ/2.0 25 MP + 5 MP + 8 MP 48MP + 8MP + 5MP 20 MP + 16 MP F1.7 + F2.6
Front Camera 5MP 16MP 8 MP, ƒ/2.0 25 MP 16MP 20 MP F2.0
Battery 3,000mAh 4,150mAh
Fast charging 10W
Li Polymer 3680mAh
MediaTek Pump Express plus 2.0
9V, 2A Quick charge
Standby Time: 450 Hours
4,000mAh Non-removable Li-Po 6000mAh
Fast battery charging 15W
Li-Po(Non-Removable) 3000mAh
VOOC Flash Charge

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