HMD Global, the Finnish organization with permit to sell Nokia brand, has revived the C-arrangement. The organization has propelled Nokia C1 as an Android 9 Go Edition cell phone for the developing markets. The cell phone is being presented only seven days after the dispatch of Nokia 2.3 in Egypt. The determinations of this gadget doesn’t contrast much from that of Nokia 1 Plus however it targets a colossal group of spectators. This new spending plan cell phone will at first be accessible in Kenya, Nigeria and not many different nations.
Nokia C1: Price, Specifications
The organization has not declared the official cost of this gadget at this time. In any case, the Nokia C1 has been recorded for KES 6,000 (around Rs 4,200) in Kenya. There is no word on evaluating of the gadget in different markets where it will be accessible. With the new gadget, HMD Global is attempting to arrive at a client base that may be as yet utilizing highlight telephones in these business sectors. As far as particulars, the Nokia C1 highlights a 5.45-inch show with a goals of 960 x 480 pixels.
The organization is utilizing an IPS board, which implies it will be superior to TFT boards utilized on different gadgets. So as to forestall scratches, the cell phone additionally comes furnished with toughened glass at the front. The posting uncovers that it is control by a quad-center CPU time at 1.3GHz and is probably going to be a MediaTek SoC. There is 1GB of RAM, which is standard for an Android Pie Go Edition cell phone. There is 16GB of interior stockpiling and can be extend by up to 64GB by means of microSD card space.
The Nokia C1 has a solitary 5-megapixel camera on the back with a LED blaze. At the front, there is another 5-megapixel camera that additionally sports a LED blaze to help in low-light selfies. It is a double SIM cell phone that supports 3G yet needs 4G availability. It likewise bolsters WiFi 4 (802.11n) and is by all accounts plan considering more slow systems associations. Inside there is a 2,500mAh battery and it depends on microUSB port for charging. In Kenya, Nokia 2.3 costs twice as much as Nokia C1, which should make it an incredible alternative for customers in these business sectors.