HMD Global has announced the launch of Nokia 4.2 smartphone in Pink and Black color variants at the MWC 2019. The Nokia 4.2 features a 5.71-inch waterdrop-enabled display, Snapdragon 439 processor, Adreno 505 graphics loaded with Android One based on Android Pie operating platform. The handset is designed using a dual-glass plastic frame, which provides a premium look and feel.
While the 2GB RAM model is equipped with a 16GB expandable storage, the 3GB RAM variant offers a 32GB storage. The Nokia 4.2 features dual camera comprising of 13MP and 2MP sensors with support for PDAF and LED Flash. The addition of night mode helps you to capture enhanced low-light images. You will also find the presence of a fingerprint sensor on the rear side.
On the front, the Nokia 4.2 bears an 8MP sensor with support for AI-enabled Face Unlock technology. The device also includes a dedicated Google Assistant using which you can activate the voice assistant quickly.
HMD Global has integrated a pulsating white notification light. Moreover, the phone provides support for FM radio, NFC and other standard connectivity features and sensors. The 16GB model will cost $169, while the 32GB storage variant is priced at $199. We don’t have any confirmation as to when the company will release the handset in India.