Gadgets & Gizmos

Nokia 4.2: Good looks but an average performer

Nokia 4.2 competes against the power packed Redmi Note 7, RealMe 3 and the Samsung M20

Though a little late to the market, HMD Global is trying to revive the brand Nokia in a big way. The company is not just eyeing the high end and premium smartphone market but is also focusing on the entry level and mid segment too. The latest launch Nokia 4.2 competes against the power packed Redmi Note 7, RealMe 3 and the Samsung M20 but is it worth buying?

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With good looks and a sturdy built quality, Nokia

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