We check out Nokia’s Android Go Phablet offering!
Google’s Android Go has proven to be a great way for manufacturers and brands to deliver a smooth Android experience despite less than optimal hardware. It’s usually not the platform of choice for entertainment-focused devices, though don’t tell HMD Global that. Their Nokia 2.1 is one of the few phones running on Google’s stripped-down OS that aims to deliver more than just the basics which is a stark contrast on the offerings of their competitors.
With a large display, generous battery and stereo speakers, not to mention a solid build, the Nokia 2.1 stands out among its peers as a solid budget phablet priced at Php 5,995 running pure Android. But will this be enough to convince buyers?
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