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 1550×720 or 295 ppi.
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