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A new Smartphone with 13MP+2MP rear camera only at Rs.6,999

Nokia 4.2

Nokia 4.2 is HMD Global's latest offering in India, and it aims to leave a mark in probably the most hotly contested segment of the smartphone market. The new Nokia phone inherits its curved dual-glass design from its siblings in the current Nokia lineup, and offers a stock Android experience. Additionally, the Nokia 4.2 comes equipped with a dedicated Google Assistant button and a power button that doubles as a notification light.


  • 13MP+2MP primary camera with AF/F2.2/1.12µm + FF/F2.2/1.75µm and 2 phase detection and flash | 8MP front facing camera with FF/F2.0/1.12µm
  • 14.5034 centimeters (5.71-inch) with HD+ 19:9 pixels resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio
  • Memory, Storage & SIM: 3GB RAM | 32GB internal memory expandable up to 400GB | Dual SIM (nano+nano) dual-standby (4G+4G)
  • Android Pie v9 operating system with Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 mobile platform octa core processor
  • 3000 lithium-ion battery
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase
  • Box also includes: Nokia 4.2Charger, Charging Data Cable, Headset, Quick Guide and SIM Door Key

The Google Assistant Button​

A new Smartphone with 13MP+2MP rear camera only at Rs.6,999
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Life at a seriously fast pace is here with the Google Assistant Button. Ask questions, see your schedule or even dim the lights. Your Assistant even learns on the job the more you use it, helping you get more done by doing less with your phone.

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Capture the whole story with the dual rear-camera setup. Plus, with the wide-angle selfie camera, everyone's in the picture. Then embrace your creative side with image editing capabilities like Bokeh mode and advanced shot alterations.

Facial recognition

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The front-facing 8 MP camera lets you securely unlock your phone with a glance. It's convenience you can rely on, with deep-learning algorithms and eyes-open detection ensuring it works even in low light.

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