The 2019 phone lineup from Nokia increasingly targeted at the mid-variety and the price range phase, with the clear absence of a worthy flagship model. Keeping that pattern, the resurrected Finnish brand nowadays introduced the Nokia C1 — one of the most inexpensive Android telephones in its modern-day portfolio. The new handset and its preloaded OS goal the access-degree market component in growing nations of Africa, the center East, and Asia-Pacific, where Nokia will soon roll it out.
Nokia is gambling the nostalgia card over again by using reviving its decade-vintage C collection that became most of the first to bring Nokia-branded touchscreen phones such as contemporary-day smartphones, although with Symbian. This time round, the Nokia C1 is walking Android 9 Pie (move edition), which makes sense thinking about its simple hardware. It makes use of a quad-center processor of unknown make in conjunction with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage.
The twin-SIM smartphone has a devoted Google Assistant button and a five.45-inch show slapped onto its front. As far as connectivity is worried, Nokia hasn’t introduced guide for 4G LTE, proscribing the telephone to the best-old 3G connection, regardless of the fact Nokia 1 from 2018 did assist the more moderen wellknown. This may be particular to sure areas, and Nokia may also convey a 4G model in the end in different regions. Aside from that, you’re getting 5MP cameras both on the front and back, and a 2500mAh battery to electricity everything up.