Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:12 pm
In the summer of 2019, HMD Global released for the Verizon operator a version of the Nokia 2.1 smartphone, which was named 2 V. The device was running Android 9 Pie Go Edition and had 1 GB of RAM. Now, a smartphone called Nokia 2 V Tella has been spotted in GeekBench. Probably in the international market, it will be released under the name Nokia 2.2.
Judging by the data presented on the benchmark site, the new device will run under the Android 10 operating system. It will be based on the budget chipset MediaTek MT6761, known as Helio A22. In addition, it is known that the smartphone’s RAM will be 2 GB, so the manufacturer will be able to install a full version of Android on it, and not the stripped-down Go Edition.
As for the test results, the device is not at all impressive, which is quite expected. The smartphone scores 829 points in a single-core and 2422 points in a multi-core GeekBench 4.0 test, which roughly corresponds to the results of the ultra-budget Xiaomi Redmi 6a, which was released a year and a half ago and became one of the first smartphones based on MediaTek Helio A22.
There is no more information about the device, including estimated cost and availability in the regions, at the moment.