Nokia 4.2 Android One Smartphone

Nokia 4.2, the latest Android One smartphone has been available for preorder. With a dedicated Google Assistant button, the phone lets you more conveniently access to your voice assistant. Need more features? Let’s have a look.

Nokia 4.2 Android One Smartphone

Nokia 4.2 is a budget-friendly, entry-level Android One phone that measures 5.9 x 2.8 x 0.3 inches and weighs 5.8 ounces. As we can see from the images, the slim body with smooth sides perfectly pairs with a 19:9 edge-to-edge display for an eye-catching modern appearance design.

Nokia 4.2 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 octa-core processor and comes equipped with 3GB DDR3 RAM, 32GB eMMC internal storage and a microSD card slot supporting up to 400GB. The configuration allows it to deal with various apps, games, multimedia playback and the increased amount of photos and videos.

Nokia 4.2 Android One Smartphone

Furthermore, Nokia 4.2 comes equipped with a 13MP rear camera paired with a 2MP depth-sensing camera and a 8MP front-facing selfie camera. The 5.71″ HD+ screen at 29:9 aspect ratio lets you enjoy your favorite multimedia content while you’re on the move. The 2.5D curved glass design provide comfortable touch and reliable protection.

Nokia 4.2 features a dedicated Google Assistant button so that you can more simply access to your voice assistant, which helps you stay on top of your day. Moreover, integrated fingerprint sensor and biometric face unlocking technology let you quickly access to your phone while keeping your info away from any unauthorized access. In addition, using AI-assisted 3000mAh rechargeable battery, the smartphone offers up to 18 hours of 3G talk time between charges.

Nokia 4.2 Android One smartphone is priced at $189 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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