Nokia 2.4

Nokia 2.4 Review, Pros and Cons – HMD global launch a fascinating Nokia 2.4 phone a few days ago in the entry-level segment. Nokia 2.4 phone is the successor to last year’s Nokia 2.3, although it has not received any major updates in most sections.

It has the same simple, bold design with a 720p resolution screen, but the combination of elegant colors gives the phone a unique look. In addition, it is available in the United States and some European markets and will soon be available for other markets.

Nokia 2.4 Review


  1. The Helio P22 chipset is inserted in the board and has a capacity of 64 GB max storage.
  2. It appears to have a Li-Po 4500 mAh battery with normal charging support.
  3. In the camera section, the phone comes with a 13 MP main camera, while in some markets the 8 MP will come as the main snapper.
  4. The starting price of a Nokia 2.4 phone is around $ 140 (about 10,299 INR).

Design and Display

The design of the Nokia 2.4 is moderate, as this device is made of polycarbonate material that gives a simple layout, perhaps due to the fact that it remains at the relevant price point.

A dual camera is located on the rear panel while there is no view of any additional coating of gorilla glass. The 6.5 inches flat screen features the usual IPS LCD panel that pairs with 720 x 1600 pixels resolution and the bezels on the edges look a little thick.

Memory and Internal

The Android software base is placed as the UI, which is expected to be updated to Android 11 soon. The good thing about the standard Android UI is that you won’t see bloatware apps other than system apps, which is kind of a relief.

As for the processing unit, the 12nm Mediatek Helio P22 chipset improves performance while offering a decent connectivity option. Although, this setting helps you achieve video recording up to 1080p resolution with adequate performance statistics that work effectively for daily tasks like social media, internet browsing, YouTube, and more.

Now, speaking of internal memory, you can get Nokia 2.4 in two variants, 3GB of RAM with 32GB and 4GB of RAM with 64GB of storage. In addition, can add more storage via the dedicated microSD slot.


The standard camera may not be the best for low light, but in daylight environments, performance in photography and videography increases slightly. A dual camera set as the 13MP main camera comes along with the 2 MP depth lens and the 5 MP front camera that blends into the screen in the waterdrop notch format.

This configuration is capable of providing sufficient image quality. However, it is not a smartphone with a camera on which you can expect to have something brilliant customization and features. Everything is sufficient according to the entry-level phone, check the Nokia 3.4 phone review.

Battery and Others

The Nokia 2.4 is powered by its Li-Po 4500 mAh battery that charges via the micro USB port and uses a standard charger to power the phone. In addition, the battery backup is decent, as it can stay alive for more than two days on average or nominal use.

The sensor and communication department did not lag behind in terms of performance and offered an adequate feel for all aspects. On the other hand, the