Nokia 2.4- GadzetDekho




THE NOKIA 2.4 is a jack of many trades. it has a high quality display , a good camera and good better life. for basic work like social networking, document editing, attending online classes and helps to get the job done. You can also play some games(like- pubg,freefire etc.) on it. It has a very good build and an attractive design as well. But for the hardcore multitasker, eager gamer and performance enthusiast, there are other options to consider.


In Previous year, we have seen some magnificent smartphones launch at around Rs 10,000.Some of them have targeted gamers while others have tried to bring a better camera and some even focused on battery life. We have seen devices like the redmi note 9 pro and the Realme Narzo 20 fight for the top spot in the 10K budget smartphone section.But today, we have with us a different challenger in this price segment – the Nokia 2.4. The smartphone isn’t the heaviest hitter when it comes to specs on paper, but then again it doesn’t need to be as that’s not the audience it is targeting. So, who is this phone right for? Well, read on and find out.


Dual SIM: Yes
Weight: 195 grams
Display Size: 6.5-inch
Display Type: IPS LCD
Display Resolution: 720 x 1600
OS: Android 10 (stock)
CPU: MediaTek MT6762 Helio P22
GPU: PowerVR GE8320
Storage: 64GB
Rear camera: dual – 13MP+2MP
Front camera: 5MP
Battery: 4500mAh


Before we get into the planning of the Nokia 2.4, know that the smartphone is out there in charcoal , Fjord Blue and Dusk. The one we’ve with us today is that the Fjord Blue. Did you know that a Fjord is “a long, deep, narrow body of water that reaches far inland”? Well, I didn’t, and one of the more striking things about this smartphone is its colour and design. Keep it face down on a table, and it will surely turn heads. From a particular angle, when light reflects off the rear of the smartphone, it’s as if the smartphone is changing from light blue to navy . Needless to say, you don’t want to hide this back with a protective case.
Speaking of covers, you really don’t need one as the smartphone has a 3D nano-textured finish at the back, adding to the grip. While one would expect to place a canopy on a smartphone with a glass back to guard it, this one seems like it can withstand usage without a cover .

The back of the phone also houses the fingerprint sensor which is extremely responsive, once found out . other smartphones that have a small indent at the rear where the fingerprint reader rests, that isn’t the something here. this suggests finding the fingerprint reader takes some getting wont to before you’re comfortable with where it’s . the rear of the phone also houses the twin camera (more thereon during a bit).

Coming to the ports and buttons, we’ve the facility button and volume rocker on the proper and a fanatical Google Assistant button on the left along side the SIM tray. the highest has the endangered 3.5mm headphones jack and therefore the bottom, a micro-USB port. The micro-USB port is amid the speaker also . The phone is tall, making one-handed use difficult. it’s alittle notch on the display which houses the front camera.

Overall, the build of the smartphone feels top-notch and therefore the design is exclusive . i’m the type of person who prefers a premium polycarbonate finish as against glass, but that’s a private preference.


Let’s get the apparent out of the way; if you’re trying to find a beast of a phone to multitask sort of a ninja and play Call of Duty: Mobile at high settings, then this is not the phone for you. You are better off looking elsewhere. For comparison’s sake, below is a look at some benchmarks of the Nokia 2.4 and how it stacks up against the competition.

Using the Nokia 2.4 as my daily smartphone for a few days, there are some things to appreciate and some that left me wanting more. Let’s begin. Starting with the easily seen; calling, texting and social networking, all worked good on this phone. The apps may take a heartbeat longer than I’d wish to switch between when multitasking, but it wasn’t something that removed me from the experience completely. From watching videos on YouTube to easily switching to Twitter, then Instagram and Facebook, this phone got the job done quite well. The tall screen made it handy to use an app like Twitter and even for me to read books on the Kindle app. The typing experience on the phone was also ergonomic and cozy . unnecessary to mention , if you type long emails on the go, this phone’s ergonomics can definitely work well for you.

Moving over to gaming, as we said before, if you are looking to play Call of Duty: Mobile in all its fidelity, then this isn’t the smartphone for you. Call of Duty Mobile is playable and at low settings we got an average FPS of 44 with 77 percent FPS stability. So, you’ll play the sport needless to say , just not at high settings. However, playing game likes Brick Breaker, or Galaxy Attack or Ludo, Chess, pubg etc. all ran perfectly well. So, if casual gaming on a smartphone is what you want then this phone gets the job done.
The Nokia 2.4 runs on stock Android and that’s a good thing. There is no bloatware that hampers the experience on the device. With a guarantee of two years of Android OS updates and three years of security updates, you do not got to worry about the longevity of the smartphone.


For video utilization, the Nokia 2.4 can do a maximum of 720p at 60Hz on YouTube and since it lacks Widevine L1, it can only manage SD for a service like Netflix. While watching YouTube on this phone was enjoyable at 720p with punchy colours and crisp looking videos but on a service like Netflix, it had a rather blurry image because it played back in SD, lacking the crispness for a pleasant content consumption experience. Coming to the audio, the speaker is loud enough to enjoy a clip , podcast or maybe the occasional information , but it’s mono only.


Moving over to the battery, the smartphone can run a full 2 days of use quite easily because of the 4500mAh battery. With average use of a couple of calls, messaging and social networking, the phone was able to return on the charger within the evening of the second day – great . When leaving the brightness on auto and connecting a pair of headphones via the three .5mm port, we lost a touch over 5% battery with consuming content on Netflix. So, this phone can surely be your companion for those long binging sessions. My only problem with the battery is that the phone takes quite 3 hours to travel from 0 to 100% charge which suggests you’re more happy plugging the device into the wall before getting to sleep.

Considering that Document apps work well on this phone and YouTube works fine, along with a very good speaker and battery life, the Nokia 2.4 is a prospective smartphone for kids who need to watch online classes. The display is good for content utilize as well. The stock Android nature of the device also adds to this experience, but as we said above, heavy multitasking can cause the device to stutter. 


Put simply, the camera gets the work wiped out well-lit situations. it’s an honest dynamic range, and you’ll get colours to pop if the lighting within the room is true . it’s a fanatical secondary camera to click portrait photos and while edges of objects and things like your hair or ears can merge with the background blur, it does work well, for the foremost part.
Low lit photos do harbour noise and albeit we did manage to urge some social media-worthy photos from the camera in low lit situations, it had been absolutely the low light that made the camera falter. the pictures not only seem to be too noisy but also lack detail. to not mention, shooting in low light also can end in shaky shots thanks to slow shutter speeds, rendering your photos unusable.

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The phone can record 1080p videos at 30 FPS and may catch audio from a distance of 6-8 feet quite easily. So, shooting those family videos of the youngsters running around should grab their audio also .

My Review

The Nokia 2.4 is a jack of many trades and is looking to feed to a very specific audience. I can see someone like my brother using this device. He makes calls, attends Zoom meetings, chats with the family, friends on WhatsApp, and reads a lot of news and takes the occasional photo. He is also the kind of person that prefers stock Android (without known that’s what it is called). If you are a gamer looking to spend all night playing CoD: Mobile or a photography enthusiast or looking for a performance beast on a budget, then sure, there are other options to choose from. But, if you are thinking of getting a phone for the parents who are not tech-savvy, or getting a second phone for online classes for the kids, then this can work well. It has a good build, the promise of regular updates for a few years and a good display. The camera can click some good photos too. The phone has a decent battery life as well but can take a really long time to go from 0 to 100% charge.

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