In addition to the Nokia 5.4, as announced in recent days, HMD Global has also formalized a new “entry-level”, the Nokia C1 Plus, a smartphone-based on Android 10 (Go edition) which joins the Nokia C2 announced last March and Nokia C3 August.
The processor used by this smartphone is not specified, which still has four cores at a maximum frequency of 1.4GHz supported by only one GB of DDR3 RAM and 16GB of expandable integrated memory. The display is an HD+ with a 5.45-inch diagonal in an 18: 9 ratio. Both the front and rear cameras have a 5MP sensor and an LED flash. The battery has a capacity of 2,500mAh and can be removed and replaced, Nokia keeps the legacy.
The hardware specifications of this Nokia C1 Plus are completed by support for 4G LTE networks in Cat.4, double SIM card slot, stereo FM radio, 3.5mm audio jack, WiFi 802.11 b / g / n, BT 4.2, and assisted GPS receiver. The dimensions are 149.1 × 71.2 × 8.75 mm for 146 grams of weight.
Android 11 Go edition is a “lite” version of the Google operating system that restarts the results achieved by Android 10 Go Edition last year, improving them in terms of performance, security, and functionality. Nokia C1 Plus will go on sale in two color variants, blue and red, at a price of around 69 euros. HMD Global announced it as the cheapest 4G smartphone ever made.
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