HMD Global introduced the new budget smartphone Nokia C2. This is the direct successor to last year’s Nokia C1 3G. The novelty received a 5.7-inch screen with HD + resolution. The 2800 mAh battery, as the manufacturer promises, is enough for a whole daylight hours. The quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM are responsible for the performance. 16 GB drive You can install a 64 GB memory card. The main camera is single, at 5 MP, and supports shooting in HDR mode. The smartphone runs on the Android 9 Pie (Go edition) operating system with special versions of applications from Google, including YouTube Go and Google Maps Go. The case is made of polycarbonate and is presented in black and turquoise colors.