Nokia 4.2 full specification:- Complete detailed review

In this post, I am going to share Nokia 4.2 full specification including software, hardware, and gaming performance Review. It’s still a pretty damn rare phone that creeps in under a 100-pound price. With Nokia 2.4 you have got a mighty 6.5 inch HD plus screen, dual-lens rear camera, a lovely stock version of android, and the promise of two years of Android upgrades.

Phone Specifications Detail
Dimensions 5.87 x 2.81 x 0.33 in
Weight 161 grams
Build Plastic frame, Glass front, Glass back
SIM Dual SIM card support
DISPLAY IPS LCD, 5.71 inches
Resolution 720 x 1520 pixels, 19:9 ratio
Chipset Qualcomm SDM439 Snapdragon 439
Operating System Android 10
CPU , GPU Octa-core, Adreno 505
Memory 16GB, 32GB plus SD card slot
RAM 2GB for 16GB, 3GB for 32GB
Cameras Main dual Cameras: 13 MP, f/2.2, and 2 MP, (depth) withLED flash
Video: 1080p at 30fps
Selfie Camera: 8 MP, f/2.0, Video: 1080p at 30fps
Battery Li-Ion 3000 mAh, non-removable
Sensors Fingerprint (rear-mounted)

Nokia 4.2 full specification detail

In Nokia 2.4 box you get a staring guide in basically every language known to man, a dinky Wii adapter and USB charging cable as well old nemesis micro USB. You can pick up the Nokia 2.4 in a trio of colors like the pinky-purple version, grey model, and blue option.

The only available color option is the dull and dutiful charcoal, It has a plastic lightly textured sort of finish expected for under 100 bobs but seems pretty solidly constructed. The Nokia 2.4 matte finish means that it won’t pick up greasy smudgy prints other glossy smartphones do and the Nokia 2.4 also has very basic IPX 2 splash resistance as well.

For the rest of the design well you’ve got your power button and your volume rocker on the right edge. If you twist over to the left edge you’ve actually got a dedicated google assistant button, which seems to be cropping up on a lot of budget-friendly stock android phones. Then around the back, you’ve got that dual-lens rear camera which only jumps vary slightly from the rear surface and a rear-mounted physical fingerprint sensor too.

The sim slots not only have two sim slots but also got a completely separate slot for your micro SD memory card. So you can expand the onboard storage up to 512 gigabytes further. The Nokia 2.4 is all set up and ready for action and the older Android 10 out of the box, unfortunately.

You’ve got those 2 guaranteed years of android updates as well, which apparently according to the small print is from the global launch date of the Nokia 2.4 and having a dedicated google assistant button is because you can just swipe from either bottom corner and again google assistant can even add an app icon to your desktop.

To unlock the smartphone you have got that rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and it doesn’t seem like the most responsive scanner around but it does the job absolutely fine and that is actually backed by a nice bit of face unlock action as well. There is an alternative to the fingerprint sensor and also have NFC support with full google play action. So you can get your contactless pin and something good because the Nokia 2.4 is a bit of a beast at 6.5 inches, which means that one-handed use is quite cumbersome. The screen is no proper one-handed mode for shrinking down the screen and you can’t drag down the notifications bar from anywhere on the display.

Have fingerprint sensor gesture swipe your finger down the fingerprint sensor that then pulls the notifications panel into the viewer. Though it’s not the most responsive and sometimes it takes a couple of swipes to actually get it to work.

What about that actual 6.5-inch display. This phone has a 6.5 display having an HD+ resolution of 1600 x 720. It does look a little bit grainy.

It’s a single speaker set up on Nokia 2.4 again not too surprisingly just mounted on the bottom end. It’s basically you would expect from a 100-pound smartphone not the loudest on that top volume but it’ll be all right as long as you’re not in a too noisy environment and the clarity is absolutely fine but what you’ll want to do if you are enjoying a short or a bit of music or something is definitely get yourself a proper pair of headphones plugged in because you do actually get a headphone jack up top. Something which is missing from most premium smartphones these days. Otherwise, you’ve also got a good bit of Bluetooth 5.0 support on this thing.

The Nokia 2.4 is got basic MediaTek helio p22 processor and it’s backed just by 2 gigs of RAM, which is a rather meager amount indeed. so unsurprisingly the geekbench scores are less than impressive.

sometimes flicking through the menus can be a bit stuttery but you know absolutely without too much of a grumble and if all you want is something you know to do basic message checking, web browser and all that sort of thing, it’ll do the job again absolutely fine. It is also worth mentioning that with this 2 gigabytes of RAM model you also get 32 gigabytes of onboard storage, which is already half-filled up just by installing a couple of apps but at least you do have that expandable storage.

When it comes to performance one of the key questions that always gets asked is can you actually do any gaming on it. Patience is definitely a good slogan for the Nokia 2.4 that’s for sure. The main problem with gaming on the Nokia 2.4 is the screen responsiveness which is kind of to be expected, sometimes your ports just take a little while to register before they finally actually happen in-game by which point again you’re basically dead in one of these competitive online games weirdly. If you want to do some gaming on the Nokia 2.4 stick to your basic single-player offline titles rather than the competitive stuff.

It has got a 4500 milliamp, so that should keep you going easily through a full day probably well into a second date as well depending on how much you’re hammering it.

The Nokia 2.4 has a dual-lens rear camera and what you get is a 13-megapixel primary sensor backed by a simple basic 2-megapixel depth sensor. This should be absolutely fine for your everyday snaps just for quick simple shareable shots on the likes of Facebook and stuff like that and colors in photos seem accurately reproduced. Though you’ve got the usual bonus camera modes and you can choose between a variety of different effects including stars, hearts, butterflies, and snowflakes. The saturation colors are looking a little bit washed out, we do have a lot more background detail. When it comes to video, you can shoot just up to full HD resolution video including both 720p and 1080p. If you flip to that front-facing camera it is 5 megapixels If you’re a bit of a selfie fan maybe try almost as white as the walls.

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Habibkhan

HabibKhan Got Master Degree in Physics From Hazara University Mansehra, Also followed a career as a blogger passionately for 5 years.

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