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Nokia C20 Plus: Android Go and a impressive battery

In April 2021, HMD Global unveiled the Nokia C20, a low-cost Android Go smartphone. And two months later, they released the Plus version of the Nokia C20.

Nokia C20 Plus, like the original model, runs Android 11 Go Edition. This is a “lightweight” version of the operating system, created specifically for budget devices with low-power processors and a small amount of RAM. The new smartphone is clad in a polycarbonate plastic case with a textured surface, and inside it is a chipset from Unisoc and a large battery.

Most of the front panel of Nokia C20 Plus, like most modern smartphones, is occupied by the display. A small teardrop-shaped cutout for the front camera is visible at the top of the display. And on the reverse side, in a round-shaped module, there is a dual main camera with a flash of two LEDs.

Specifications Nokia C20 Plus:

  • Display: 6.5-inch, IPS LCD, 1600 × 720 pixels, aspect ratio 20: 9, pixel density 270 PPI.
  • SoC: Unisoc SC9863A, 28-nm process technology, 4 Cortex-A55 cores @ 1.6 GHz, 4 Cortex-A55 cores @ 1.2 GHz, Mali-G52 MC2 graphics.
  • RAM: 3 GB.
  • Built-in memory: 32 GB, slot for memory cards format microSD (up to 256 GB).
  • Operating system: Android 11 Go Edition.
  • Main camera: dual, 8 MP + 2 MP (depth sensor), LED flash.
  • Front camera: 5 MP.
  • Rechargeable battery: removable 4,950 mAh.
  • Ports: microUSB 2.0 and 3.5mm audio jack for headphones.
  • Communications: 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS with A-GPS.
  • Other: FM radio, accelerometer, proximity sensor, face recognition function.
  • Case height: 165.4 mm.
  • Case width: 75.9 mm.
  • Weight: 204.7 g.
  • Available colors: blue and black.

 

The first country where the Nokia C20 Plus appears will be China. There, its sales will start on June 16. The issue price is 699 yuan, or about $ 110 at the exchange rate.

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