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Nokia 2.3 (2GB / 32GB) $126.99 Shipped @ 4G FORCE via Catch Marketplace


Nokia 2.3 32GB Smartphone Unlocked - Sand


Nokia smartphones
Model: 2.3
Colour: Sand
Pack contents:
Nokia 2.3
Micro USB cable
SIM tray tool
Quick start guide
Safety booklet
Display: 6.2" (720 x 1520)
Storage: 32GB
Operating system: Android 9 Pie
CPU: Mediatek MT6761 Helio A22
SIM type: Single Nano
Connectivity: Micro USB (USB 2.0)
Network compatibility: GSM, LTE Car 4, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS
Battery type: Non-removable 4000mAh
Sensors: Ambient light, proximity, accelerometer (G-sensor)
Rear: 13MP, LED flash
Front: 5MP, biometric face unlock
Exclusive bokeh effects
Focus adjustment
Dedicated Google Assistant button
HD+ screen with waterdrop notch
Adaptive Battery technology provides up to 2 days of battery life
Low-light AI imaging
Face detection for quick and secure phone unlock
European design with a unique 3D nano-textured finish
Dimensions (approx. mm): 157.69 x 75.41 x 8.68
Weight (approx.): 183g

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closed Comments


    $99 - price beat at ow = $94.05


      POst product is Telstra Locked while this one is Unlocked.


      I think AusPost one is locked to Telstra. While this one is SIM Free


        ahh didn't notice that, you can price beat the catch one at OW


    can anyone comment on quality and how it performs?

    the one review @OW is shocking

    • +3 votes

      I wouldn’t buy a phone with only 2GB if I was planning on using apps.


        whats reasonable ram/storage these days…? havent looked at phones in ages and need something

        • +3 votes

          4GB ram probably minimum these days for a not crappy experience.


            @LuckyDrew: The Realme C3 with 3GB seemed to do OK. Much better than the 2GB Nokia my kid had before.

            Of course the Nokia worked fine when new, but has been slowed by the Google play services updates. Who knows how long 3GB will work.

        • +2 votes

          RAMS = 1G burner phone, 2G old man phone, 3G normal user phone, >=4G phone addict….just IMHO.


            @lzwdavid: thanks bro….that sums it up well ;)


              @franco cozzo: My daily driver has 1 GB of ram.

              It's a luxury for me. You got to use it conservatively. Other than that, nothing more nothing less - it's a great phone.

  • +1 vote

    This phone is built cheap.

    Nokia can put out much better phones. You'd wish that they actually did.