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The Nokia 3.4 and 2.4 are now available in Canada

HMD Global has announced the launch of their Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 2.4 in Canada.

“It’s no secret that consumers around the world have become more mindful of their spending and are opting for more accessible, longer-lasting products from brands they know and trust. It’s, therefore, more crucial than ever that our products stand the test of time. That’s why we’re broadening our entry-level smartphone family with the new Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 2.4, offering reliable software and hardware that Nokia phone fans have come to know and love, updated with fresh experiences and a premium design that you can be proud of,” Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer and VP North America, HMD Global said in a statement.

The Nokia 3.4 has a 6.39-inch LCD HD+ display with a resolution of 1560 x 720. Powering the 3.4 is the Snapdragon 460 processor with 3 or 4GB of RAM.

Nokia 3.4

There’s up to 64GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot, 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C, 4,000 mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor on the back.

For cameras, the Nokia 3.4 has a 13MP main lens, 5MP ultrawide and 2MP depth lens. There’s also an 8MP selfie camera.

The Nokia 2.4 has a 6.5-inch HD+ screen, MediaTek Helio P22 processor with up to 3GB of RAM.

Nokia 2.4

There’s up to 64GB of space on the Nokia 2.4 along with a microSD card slot, 4,500 mAh battery, headphone jack and rear fingerprint sensor.

For cameras, the Nokia 2.4 uses a 13MP main lens and a 2MP depth lens along with a 5MP selfie camera.

Both the Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 2.4 are running Android 10 and will be upgraded to Android 11 at a later date.

The Nokia 3.4 comes in Charcoal and costs $279.95 CAD from Videotron.

The Nokia 2.4 costs $229 CAD and comes in a Charcoal colour and is available from Best Buy.

Source: HMD Global

By Sachin Bahal

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