Cheap, affordable phones have earned quite a bad rep, sometimes unwarranted. You often make a lot more compromises than you’d like to keep things within budget, and one of the biggest to suffer is the build quality and durability. There are, of course, exceptions, and it seems that HMD Global has provided one such shining example. The Nokia 2, the lowest end Nokia phone this year, has just earned its rightful place among JerryRigEverything’s sturdiest picks for the year. And you won’t even have to pay more than $100 for it.