HMD Global has released the most affordable Nokia-branded smartphone called C1 Plus. For 5,990 rubles, buyers will receive a 2500 mAh battery, LTE support and a 5.45-inch screen. The novelty runs on Android Go.
The smartphone is made in a durable polycarbonate case. The heart of the device is a 1.4 GHz quad-core chipset, the name of which has not yet been released. It works in conjunction with 1 GB of RAM, which, by today’s standards, is not enough for the full operation of Android 10, even in the Go Edition. Both the main and front cameras have a resolution of 5 megapixels and can hardly boast of decent picture quality. The built-in memory is 16 GB. Supports microSD cards up to 128GB. The 5.45-inch screen has an 18: 9 aspect ratio and HD + resolution.
Of course, the set of technical characteristics is not impressive, but you can’t expect more for that kind of money. The smartphone cannot be purchased yet, but it will go on sale this month. The device will be available in red and blue.
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