HMD Global has introduced its new smartphone Nokia C2, which will likely be one of the cheapest phones of the company. This is an updated version of Nokia C1 introduced late last year which Nokia C2 was part of the Android Go edition. Nokia C2 is also part of the Android Go edition,
The phone has less space in Google Apps storage while also works faster on low internet speed, which does not affect the phone’s speed. Resolution and 18: 9 asept ratio are given.
In addition, a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, a GB RAM and 16GB of storage have been added which can be expanded with a microSD card. Nokia C2 has 2800 mAh battery with 5 Watt charging support is available. As far as the operating system is concerned it has Android 9 Go edition. According to the company, this is a smartphone that is easy to use and its battery can easily operate all day on a single charge. Since it is an entry level or budget phone, it has only one camera on the front and back.
It has a 5-megapixel camera and LED flash on the front, which helps in taking much better images even at low light, thus saving the company cost of expensive processors and machine learning. There is a camera which is 5 megapixel with LED flash available. Price is not announced by the company but looking at its features it is quite cheap as Nokia C1 is priced at Pakistan. I have Rs 7,850 so it is likely that this new phone will be offered for sale for Rs 8 to 10 thousand.