The Nokia 2.2 is here and it's a whole lot of phone for not a lot of money

The Nokia 2.2 is here and it's a whole lot of phone for not a  lot of money

Just £99.99 - that's how little the Nokia 2.2 will set you back and that's not even on a contract so you can stick your existing SIM card straight in. It's officially the cheapest phone to run the latest version of Android (Android Q if you're counting) when that launches later this year.

For your money you get a full featured smartphone packing 16GB RAM alongside a 13mp camera - and Nokia do decent snappers. It features a quad core, 2 GHz, Cortex A53 processor paired with 2 GB of RAM so is able to keep up with everything you need your smartphone to do.

The phone features a dedicated Google Assistant button so the power of Google is just a push and a question away. It also featured an SD card slot supporting storage up to a massive 400GB.

If you're a gamer it even has that covered with its PowerVR GE8300 GPU - meaning anything on the current Google Play store is up for grabs. It even has a decent 5.71 inch screen offering a not-to-shabby-but-not-full-HD resolution of 1550x720 or 295 ppi.

So, as we said - bargain. It's available right now from Amazon and Carphone Warehouse with other retailers coming later this year...

Nokia 2.2 16GB Android Smartphone

Nokia's budget smartphone is big on features but low on cost. It packs 16GB storage with SD card support up to 400GB, a 13mp camera, a quad core processor and a nice 5.71" screen

£99.99 VIEW DEAL

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