After the presentation of its first laptop in 11 years, Nokia announced two inexpensive smartphones at once. Here is the main thing about these new products.
This is a mid-range smartphone with a 6,39-inch HD + LCD display with a hole for a 16MP front camera. Inside – a Snapdragon 662 processor, 4 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of internal memory, there is support for microSD. The main camera consists of four modules (48 megapixel main + 5 megapixel ultra-wide + macro and 2 megapixel depth sensor), under it is a capacitive fingerprint scanner.
The 4mAh battery is USB-C charged and supports chargers up to 000W. The smartphone runs on Android 10, although the manufacturer promises to soon release Android 10 for this model. Most importantly, there is NFC here.
The novelty will be available in Russia in purple and blue, the prices are as follows:
- 4 + 64 GB – 15 rubles;
- 4 + 128 GB – 17 rubles;
- 6 + 64 GB – 17 rubles.
Nokia C1 Plus
The younger novelty received a more modest 5,45-inch screen (also HD +), above it is a 5 megapixel front camera. She is also responsible for unlocking in the face: there is no fingerprint scanner. The main camera is also 5-megapixel.
Inside – a 4-core processor with a frequency of 1,4 GHz (the model is not disclosed), 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory (there is support for microSD). The battery with a capacity of 2 mAh, according to the manufacturer, is enough for a whole day of autonomous work. The battery is removable and supports charging up to 500W via micro USB. Out of the box, the smartphone runs on Android 5 (Go version).
This is the cheapest 4G smartphone from the manufacturer: the novelty was estimated at 69 euros (≈6 150 rubles). The official Russian price is still unknown.
Both smartphones are expected to go on sale before the end of the year.