Nokia on Tuesday launched its one of the cheapest Android smartphone Nokia 2 with a whopping 2-day battery back-up in India. The new Nokia 2 is an entry-level budget smartphone through which the company is targeting first-time smartphone buyers as it will be available with an attractive price tag of just Rs 7,500 only and offering almost all required features and with a dependability of Nokia brand. Nokia 2, being the cheapest Nokia Android smartphone, really doesn’t look cheap at all as the phone has been designed using precision-machined aluminium frame and polycarbonate material for heavy duty. In appearance, Nokia 2 is a pretty decent looking smartphone compared to other cheap Android smartphones available in the market. However, by launching Nokia 2, the company has made a tough choice for the user to choose between Nokia 2 and previously launched Nokia 3 which is also available around Rs 10,000 range and packs good features.

Nokia unveiled Nokia 3 a couple of months back in India and was company’s cheapest Android Smartphone before Nokia 2. But now as the finish manufacturer is aggressively targeting first-time smartphone buyers, it becomes hard to chose between Nokia 2 and Nokia 3 as both the phones have pretty nice features, beautiful design but do not have much difference in price. So it becomes hard to choose between both new Nokia phones. However, Nokia has played smart in the case of Nokia 2 but providing a 4100 mAh battery giving super battery back-up to the phone compared to other phones which hardly last long for a day. So as you go to purchase new Nokia phones, check out these full specifications comparison to help you make the best choice.

Nokia 2

  1. A precision-machined aluminium frame
  2. Quad-core up to 1.3Ghz
  3. RAM 1 GB LPPDDR 3
  4. Resolution 1280 x 720
  5. Bright HD LTPS screen with low power consumption
  6. Corning Gorilla Glass display
  7. Sculpted polycarbonate back
  8. 8 MP autofocus rear camera; 5 MP front camera
  9. Android Nougat with regular updates, featuring Doze mode for prolonged battery life
  10. Trusted Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor
  11. Ambient light sensor, accelerometer and e-compass
  12. 8 GB storage, plus a MicroSD card slot
  13. SIM and dual SIM variants
  14. Internal memory 8 GB; MicroSD card slot Support for up to 128 GB
  15. Connector 3.5 mm headphone jack
  16. Colours: Copper Black, Pewter Black, and Pewter White.

Nokia 3

  1. Polycarbonate body
  2. A precision-machined aluminium frame
  3. polarized, sculpted 5” display with Corning Gorilla Glass
  4. 8 MP camera with autofocus both on the back and the front
  5. Single SIM and dual SIM variants
  6. Clean and clutter-free Android Nougat with regular updates
  7. Google Photos for easy photo storage and sharing
  8. Plenty of sensors to give you a full experience, including accelerometer, gyroscope and NFC for sharing
  9. Fast downloads and uninterrupted music and video streaming with LTE 4G connectivity
  10. 16 GB storage2 for all your photos, plus a MicroSD card slot with support up to 128 GB
  11. Colors Tempered Blue, Silver White, Matte Black, Copper 
  12. Android™ 7.0 Nougat
  13. Quad-core 1.3Ghz
  14. RAM 2 GB
  15. Internal memory 16 GB
  16. MicroSD slot Support for up to 128 GB
  17. 3.5 mm headphone jack
  18. Speakers Single speaker
  19. Resolution HD (1280 x 720, 16:9)
  20. Material 2.5D sculpted Corning Gorilla Glass
  21. Brightness 450 nits, laminated
  22. Primary camera 8MP AF, f/2, LED flash
  23. Front-facing camera 8MP AF, f/2,
  24. Connectivity Micro USB (USB 2.0), USB OTG, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
  25. Sensors Accelerometer (G-sensor), ambient light sensor, e-compass, gyroscope, proximity sensor, NFC for sharing
  26. Battery: 2630 mAh

Going by the specifications, there is no major difference between Nokia 2 and Nokia 3 except a 2GB Ram and 8MP selfie camera in the latter one. Both phones will run the latest version of stock, up to date Android operating system with regular security updates. Nokia 2 and Nokia 3, both have been masterly crafted and comes with Nokia brand dependability and are pretty decent entry-level smartphones. Well going for Nokia 3 because of its better performance due to higher RAM would make more sense here but Nokia 2 powerful battery can turn the case in its favour.