Nokia 4.2 Review with Gaming / Performance / Battery Benchmarks and Camera Samples

We have reviewed the Nokia 4.2 mobile and here’s our Bottom Line: The Nokia 4.2 excels on the build and design front beyond a shadow of a doubt. Though there’s no metal around the sides, the glass on the front and back gives it ample class. It comes in a curved form factor that’s as neat and pure as the software that powers it. Stock Android fans will love the Android One experience it brings with it. The phone runs the latest version of Android OS and is free of any bloatware. Top marks, then, for the way it looks and feels.

Where the Nokia 4.2 mobile needs improvement is outright performance. The Snapdragon 439 chipset, with its 3GB of RAM, is quick enough for most tasks but needs more graphical might to push pixels to that 5.71-inch screen. The camera department is where the Nokia 4.2 really disappoints. Most shots taken through its dual-camera setup display considerable noise and distortion. The UI too, is slow to react when you most need speed.

Notwithstanding its imperfections, the Nokia 4.2 carves out a space for itself in the budget smartphone market. Considering its price, this curved, glossy sub-six-incher offers good value for money. If you want a budget smartphone from a known name with near-stock Android and the promise of timely updates, the Nokia 4.2 is definitely a good bet.

Price & Availability

The Nokia 4.2 comes in two colours, Black and a stand-out Pink Sand at a price of INR 10,990 for the 3/32GB storage variant.

Nokia 4.2 will be available exclusively on for a 7-day period starting 7th May and exclusively across select retail outlets and partners like Croma, Reliance, Sangeetha, Poorvika, Big C and MyG starting 14th May.

Nokia 4.2 will be available pan-India across top mobile retail outlets and starting 21st May.


Launch offer with instant INR 500 off on Nokia 4.2 till 10 June 2019. Consumers can use promo code “LAUNCHOFFER” to avail this limited period offer when purchasing Nokia 4.2 on T&Cs apply

Nokia 4.2 consumers get free six-month screen replacement worth INR 3,500 covered under Nokia phone screen protection insurance, brought to you by our partner, Servify. T&Cs apply

Consumers purchasing Nokia 4.2 using HDFC Bank Credit and Debit cards on EMI and regular transactions done through Pinelabs terminals in offline stores, will receive a 10% cashback. Consumers can also avail 10% cashback when they use HDFC consumer finance. This offer is available at retail outlets till 10th June ‘19. T&Cs apply

Vodafone and Idea subscribers will receive INR 2,500 instant cashback by way of 50 vouchers of INR 50 each. These vouchers can be redeemed on recharge of INR 199 and above. T&Cs apply.

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  1. This phone is a real disappointment from Nokia. As the Nokia 4.2 is one of the few Nokia phones available in the U.S. market. It sports a slow and overused SD 439 Chipset, a Micro USB charging port, and a sluggish camera and stutter performance. Really Nokia, your just dragging yourself behind Motorola? Even the Moto G7 play has a SD 632 Chipset, a USB Type C charging port, and a relatively clean stock face of Android. Very disappointing Nokia.

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