Nokia 2.4 Arrives in Pakistan; Unbloated Android and Two-Day Battery on the Cheap

Faisal Rasool

Nokia 2.4 just launched in Pakistan, following the Nokia 3.4 release. It promises two years of stock Android One upgrades and two-day battery life. Let’s take a closer look at this entry-level Nokia.

Nokia 2.4 adopts the Finnish-inspired design language you see in the current-gen lineup. It has a centered camera and fingerprint scanner layout, on top of a lined textured back. You can pick from Fjord, Dusk, and Charcoal editions. On the front, the display has a notch on top and Nokia’s branding on the bottom. Plus, you get a dedicated button for summoning the Google Assistant.

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But even for an ultra-budget Android, the internals are underwhelming. The phone runs on the MediaTek Helio P22 chipset that came out in 2018.

Nokia 2.4 pairs it with 2/3GB of memory and 32/64GB of storage — expandable up to 512GB. Clean, unbloated Android10 powers this hardware and it will further be upgradable from Android11 to Android 13. Overall a nice addition to the Nokia Price List in Pakistan.

The 4500 mAh battery, augmented with the Adaptive Battery feature, is advertised to last you two days of usage on a single charge — although it charges over an outdated micro-USB port.

The display is a compact 6.5” HD+ panel with a modest 5MP selfie camera housed in its notch. The dual-camera on the back features a 13MP standard lens and a 2MP depth sensor. The rear-camera supports portrait mode and night photography. Nokia 2.4 starts from Rs. 18,900, and it’s retailing via Advance Telecom’s website.


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