The Nokia One Smartphone is not a powerhouse and if you are a tech savvy person, then it is perhaps not the ideal phone for you.
It is however very affordable and a great phone for someone who is not tech savvy. Unfortunately in Today’s world, it is essential to have a phone even if you are not a fan of them. If you only need a phone for the sake of it or want to buy one for your grandparents or parents who not be tech savvy, this is one that you could consider. Nokia also claims that this phone can last a full day on a single charge with ‘’normal usage’’.
The phone is the first from Nokia to run Android Oreo Go edition which was specifically designed to cater for the budget smartphone market. Moreover, The phone is only available with 8GB of internal storage, though you can upgrade it through the use of a microSD card of up to 128GB.
The phone has a 5-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel fixed-focused front camera. One of the negatives of this phone is that it does slowdown if you are trying to have a number of apps open at the same time.
If you want a low-end budget phone which can perform all the basics, this is something which you can consider buying.
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Cell C are offering this phone on a good deal as part of their Pinnacle 100 Deal. For just R169 per month, you can get 100 minutes, 100 SMS’s and 100mb data. If you are not a heavy user of phones and need one just for the sake of it, this could even be sufficient.
The phone will also come with 20GB extra data which will be valid for one month.
Alternatively, you can also buy the phone on pre-paid for also a very affordable price of R1299.