HMD is working to strengthen its position in the U.S. market, partnering with communications operator Cricket Wireless to launch a number of entry-level handsets, including the Nokia C5 Endi, Nokia C2 Tava and Nokia C2 Tennen. HMD is launching its entry-level 2V Tella with Verizon, another carrier, and is now in the GeekBench run,’media reported.
The device is fully known as HMD Global Nokia 2 V Tella, and the “V” here represents Verizon, the US telecoms operator. According to the specifications of the run page, the machine is equipped with 2 GB of memory, mediaTek MT6761 processor (also known as Helio A22) and runs the Android 10 system.
There’s not a lot of other information about the device right now, but the processor and memory capacity is the same as the Nokia 2.3 released in December 2019. So it could be a customized version of Nokia 2.3 from Verizon, the US telecoms operator. It is not clear when the phone will be available and how much it will be sold.