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HMD Global, the company that is currently behind the Nokia brand name, has announced a new smartphone: the Nokia C1. It is clearly a low-end model with a low price tag, and is therefore intended for emerging markets in Africa and the Middle East. The phone will be delivered with the lighter Go version of Android 9 Pie, specifically intended for smartphones with less internal memory and storage.
The Nokia C1 has a 5.45-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 480 by 960 pixels and an unknown quad-core soc that does its work at 1.3 GHz. There is one gigabyte of internal memory and 16 GB of storage space provided. The battery has a capacity of 2500 mAh. With regard to the cameras, we find a 5-megapixel sensor on both the front and back, further details are still lacking.
It is striking that the phone will not support 4G LTE networks, and therefore only 3G. According to HMD’s Chief Product Officer, Juho Sarvikas, the Nokia C1 should primarily serve as the first smartphone for users upgrading from a feature phone.
The price tag is 5999 Kenyan shillings, which amounts to around 53 euros.