HMD Global has unveiled the Nokia C3, a new top model in the budget C range of phone models. The smartphone has a 5.99 “LCD and an eight-core processor. The phone will probably not be released in Europe.
Nokia does not write which soc the device gets. The company does say that the phone will get a processor with eight cores that run at 1.6GHz. The Nokia C2 announced earlier this year has a soc from Unisoc, presumably the C3 has a chip from the same manufacturer. The smartphone has support for 4G and will receive 3GB of memory and 32GB of storage, with the option of expansion via a micro-SD card.
The device measures 159.9x77x8.69mm and weighs 184.5 grams. On the back of the phone is an 8-megapixel camera with an aperture of f / 2.0. At the front is a 5-megapixel sensor with an aperture of f / 2.4. The exchangeable 3040mAh battery is charged with 5W via a micro USB connection. The 5.99 “IPS screen has a resolution of 1600×900 pixels.
The Nokia C3 comes with Android 10 and has a fingerprint scanner on the back. On the side is an adjustable Xpress button, which has two functions. The phone recognizes when the button is pressed twice quickly, or when the user presses the button longer. The user can set an action for both functions, such as opening a specific app.
The phone comes in blue and gold colors. The Nokia C3 has been presented for the Asian market with a suggested retail price of 85 euros. The phone will probably not be released in Europe, the previously presented Nokia C2 and Nokia C1 only came out in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.