HMD Global has presented the world with a budget smartphone based on Android 10 Go. And I named it Nokia C1 Plus. The official positioning is “Nokia's most affordable 4G smartphone”.
The device immediately appeared in the official store. They ask for a modest ₽5,990 ($ 81.9). The European price has also been announced - € 69 (₽6130, $ 83.8).
The smartphone is very simple and uninteresting. But a couple of lines in the news, of course, deserves.
The chipset brand has not been officially named. Judging by the frequency and number of cores, I would venture to suggest that this is Unisoc SC9832E (2018 release, about 55 thousand AnTuTu points).
Very little RAM - just 1 GB. With permanent memory, things are a little better - 16 GB. There is support for memory cards.
The screen is small, 5.45 ″. The resolution for such a diagonal is quite good - 720 × 1440 (which gives us 295 ppi).
Removable battery 2500 mAh (slow charging, 5 W).
Simple 5MP single cameras both front and back. The presence or absence of autofocus is modestly silent.
Wi-Fi Single Band, USB - Ancient Micro.
Two colors. Blue and red.
Official store support has confirmed that the chipset is indeed Unisoc SC9832E. And that autofocus is there.
Key features of Nokia C1 Plus:
Screen S-IPS, 5.45 ″, 720 × 1440, 295 ppi, touch, capacitive, multi-touch
1.4 GHz, 4 x Cortex-A53, Mali-T820 MP1
Memory RAM 1 GB, ROM 16 GB, Micro-SD up to 128 GB
Mobile Internet LTE
Mobile networksLTE Bands 1,3,7,8,20,28
UMTS Bands 1 (2100), 5 (850), 8 (900)
GSM Bands 2 (1900), 3 (1800), 5 (850), 8 (900)
Battery Li-Ion, 2500 mAh, charging 5.00 W
Dimensions149.1 x 71.2 x 8.75 mm
Rear camera: 5 MP, f / 2.2, flash
front camera: 5 MP, f / 2.2, no flash, no autofocus
OS Android 10 Go edition
Sensors Accelerometer, Approach, Illumination