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Announcement. Modest Nokia C1 Plus on Android Go

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.

Addition

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
IronUnisoc SC9832E
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
HSDPA, HSUPA
Edge
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
Weight146 g
Rear camera: 5 MP, f / 2.2, flash
front camera: 5 MP, f / 2.2, no flash, no autofocus
Navigation GPS
OS Android 10 Go edition
Sensors Accelerometer, Approach, Illumination
USBMicro v2.0

George Kiselyov