In the month of march, Nokia C2 was launched. Though it has not been launched in India yet, it is available in Middle eastern and African markets. And now, the company is back with a new entry-level Nokia C3. It was spotted on Geekbench listing with a codename “GamoraPlus”. On 31st July, the listing was uploaded. It is also expected that HMD Global will launch Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.3, and Nokia 7.3 at the IFA 2020 event in Berlin in September.
Expected Specifications of Nokia C3:
Nokia C3 has been spotted on the benchmarking website. The listing also revealed some of the key specifications of the phone. The phone will have a Unisoc processor with eight cores and a maximum clock speed of 1.20GHz. It will also have GamoraPlus as the chipset.
The smartphone will run Android 10. Though it is not certain presently whether it will be Android One or Android Go. Although the Nokia C2 runs on Android 9 Pie. It can also come with a setup of 1.6GHz+1.2GHz Quad-core ARM CPU. The new phone might come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of in-built storage. There can be a 2GB RAM model as well. So, it might come with two variants.
The device might have 5.99″ HD+ display and 3,000 mAh battery. The smartphone will have dual cameras. The camera can include a 5MP selfie camera and an 8MP primary camera on the back. The phone can also have a fingerprint reader.
Compared with Nokia C2:
If we recall specifications of Nokia C2, it came with a 5.7-inch HD+ display screen, It has dual cameras in total, a 5MP main camera and a 5MP front-facing selfie camera. It is powered by a Unisoc processor. The phone has 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There is a 2800mAh battery. It is suspected that Nokia C3 will be a minor upgrade of Nokia C2.
There is no official news from the company about Nokia C3 yet. But the Geekbench listings suggests that it might launch soon. Also, Nokia has an event on 4th August in China where the C3 is expected to go official. If it does not, then it will likely be unveiled at IFA 2020. The price of the Nokia C2 can be a little more than what the Nokia C2 costs because of speculations of little upgradation.