The Nokia brand licensor, HMD Global, released its newest entry-level mobile phone, Nokia C3. The successor of the Nokia C2 is officially launched in the China region. Similar to its predecessor, Nokia C3 looks to have a pretty thick bezel design.
The difference is that the phone carries a larger screen of 5.99 inches with IPS LCD and HD Plus resolution, compared to the possession of Nokia C2, which is 5.7 inches. In addition, the Nokia C3 is also equipped with a 5 MP selfie camera.
While on the back, there is a single 8 MP camera and fingerprint scanner located just below the camera.
As an entry-level phone, the specification of the organ of Nokia C3 is not special. Nokia C3 is equipped with a 1.6 GHz-speed octa-core chip. The chipsets that are embedded behind the Nokia C3 case are UNISOC SC9863.
The SoC is combined with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The capacity is greater than that of the Nokia C2 which only has a combination of RAM and storage of 1 GB/16 GB.
If still lacking, users can expand the mobile storage capacity up to 128 GB via the available microSD slots. Other specifications of Nokia C3 include FM Radio, an audio jack of 3, 55mm, and a micro USB port for charging a 3,040 mAh battery.
This phone comes with the operating system Android 10. Nokia C3 is available with two color variants namely Nordic blue and sand gold. In China, this phone can be ordered by pre-order and sold for 669 Yuan as compiled from the GSM Arena.
Beyond pre-order, the new Nokia C3 will be sold officially on August 13 at a price of 699 Yuan.
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