As we all know Nokia has been acquired by HMD Global. Since then the company is working hard for its tough revival in the market. The company has introduced several smartphones. Some of them were quite a hit while others were not like the Nokia 9 PureView. As of now, the company is all set to introduce two affordable smartphones in the US market. Reportedly, the company is going to unveil the Nokia C300 and Nokia C110. Both smartphones will come with Verizon’s prepaid carrier Tracfone.
The sources indicate that Tracfone has established support pages for the upcoming Nokia C300 and the Nokia C110. Thus, indicating that the devices are set to be launched sooner than later. When it comes to specs, both devices have support for 5G. Whereas Nokia C300 is a more advanced smartphone than the Nokia C110.
Features of the Nokia C300 and Nokia C110
Nokia C300 features a 4000 mAh battery. It consists of a triple camera setup on the back that includes a 13MP main camera, 2MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. It is provided with an 8MP selfie shooter. Nokia C300 offers 32GB of expandable storage. The device is IP52 certified for water and dust resistance.
The device comes with Android 12 out of the box. this thing could act as a whitecap for some users since there is no assurance of the phone grasping future software updates from the company. The details about the chipset and display size are unknown.
Comparatively, the Nokia C110 is the more budget-friendly option. It comes with w single 13MP camera and a secondary 5MP selfie camera. Nokia C110 packs a smaller 3000mAh battery. It is also IP52 water and dust resistant, like the Nokia C300.
Pricing and availability of Nokia C300 and Nokia C110
There are no details about the price of the two smartphones. Well, the specifications and reports indicate that these could be the most affordable 5G smartphones available in the United States.
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