Two-day charge and dual camera: Key features of Nokia 2.3

Two-day charge and dual camera: Key features of Nokia 2.3

Nokia 2.3, a new generation smartphone from HMD Global has premiered in the Kenyan market after its launch in Cairo on December 5.

The new Nokia 2.3 is expected to bring a new experience to users with special features such as a dual camera and battery that can last for two days after charging.

The phone retails at Ksh. 12,000 and will have some of the following features:

Portrait mode 

With a 13MP/2MP dual camera, Nokia 2.3 also comes with a portrait mode which will give you the best photography experience.

Apart from taking a picture in portrait mode, the phone also has a recommended shot which will enable you choose only the best pictures while you can also blur the background.

The low-light imaging will also help photography lovers  capture creative images in a variety of settings. You can also combine numerous photos in various lighting settings and blend them together.

Google assistant

The phone comes with a dedicated Google Assistant Button[ii], which will enable you use your voice to view upcoming calendar entries and commute times which will save much of your time.

Bio-metric face recognition

You don’t have to worry with the tiredness of forgetting passwords and patterns, because the new Nokia 2.3 comes with a  bio-metric face recognition, allowing you to unlock your phone at a glance.

Two-day battery life

You don’t have to worry much about charging your phone every time, because Nokia 2.3 comes with a long-lasting  battery with two days life which will give you the best experience since you can watch your best movies, music and games among many more.

Monthly security updates

The Nokia 2.3 comes with guaranteed monthly security updates for three years and OS updates for two years to ensure the smartphone will get better over time and that the investment is future-proofed.


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