Verizon is the first US company to offer one of Nokia's HMD Global phones, launching today a customized version of Nokia 2.1. The Verizon version, called Nokia Prepaid 2 V, is one of the few Android Oreo Go phones sold in the US. Android Go devices are low cost phones that are typically for countries like China and India, as well as for people with limited internet connection.
The Nokia 2 V has a basic specification list, with Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 and 1GB memory RAM. There is an HD 5,5 inch screen with two cameras, a 8MP rear camera and a self-adhesive 5MP camera. The phone comes in two colors, blue and silver, and the 4,000 mAh battery is larger than most, which according to HMD Global can take up to two days in standby mode. It is sold at the price of $ 70.
HMD Global has announced that it will begin selling Nokia phones directly through North American operators last week. OR Verizon it's not the first to join, however, with Cricket sales coming from Nokia 3.1 Plus, which costs $ 159,99 and runs Android 9 Pie with Snapdragon 439.