HMD introduces a Nokia C1 Plus smartphone. That device will be released in December for 69 euros and will include 4G support. A regular C1 smartphone already appeared, which only supported 3G connectivity.
The C1 Plus has an HD + display with an aspect ratio of 18: 9, although HMD does not mention resolution in its press release. The screen diagonal is 5.45 “, just like the regular C1, which had a resolution of 960×480 pixels. Presumably the screen resolution of the Plus variant is, however, higher, since HMD does not have an HD at the specifications of the original C1 model. resolution spoke.
The smartphone also gets a removable 2500mAh battery, which is charged via Micro USB. The device also has 1GB of DDR3 memory and 16GB of storage capacity. HMD mentions a quad-core soc with a clock speed of 1.4 GHz, but it is not known which chip that exactly is. The current C1 smartphone also had a quad-core processor, although that chip was clocked slightly lower. The smartphone gets a 3.5mm jack and comes with the Android 10 Go edition.
The device will be available later this month and will have a suggested retail price of 69 euros. The original C1 cost the equivalent of 53 euros upon release and was intended for the African market.
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