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Nokia C30 – 6.82″ – ROM 64 GB + RAM 2 GB – Dual SIM, GreY
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- Display: 6.82″
- Memory: 64GB + 3GB RAM
- Rear Camera: 13MP + 2MP
- 5MP Selfie Camera
- OS: Android 11 (Go edition)
- CPU: Octa-core
- Battery: 6000 mAh
About Nokia c30
Nokia Mobile today officially announced a new member of the Nokia C series family – the Nokia C30. The C series smartphones are the most affordable smartphones the Finns offer, and the new C30 comes with two “biggest” features ever on Nokia phones.
The new C30 comes with a big 6.82″ screen and the biggest battery yet on Nokia phones – measuring 6000 mAh, that should be enough to 3 days of use. The phone comes with a classic Nokia Mobile design, with a teardrop notch on the front and a circular camera housing on the back. The big screen has a HD+ resolution and typical brightness of 400 nits. The already mentioned teardrop notch houses a 5MP front facing camera.
Nokia C30 is powered by a 8-core CPU consisting of 4 A55 cores at 1.6GHz and 4 A55 cores at 1.2GHz. It is coupled with 2GB or 3GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, that can be expanded by a MicroSD card with up to 265GB of storage. The phone supports 2G, 3G, and 4G. BT4.2 is on board, but no NFC. The phone charges via a MicroUSB port and with 10W charging speed.
On the back, we have a 13MP autofocus camera and a 2MP depth camera. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack and a fingerprint sensor. The phone uses Android 11 Go Edition and will receive 2 years of security updates.
Nokia Mobile’s marketing poster shows an unannounced smartphone
With just over a month since Nokia Mobile’s first major launch event of 2021, where it launched a total of six smartphones, details about the upcoming phones are already coming from various sources. Towards the end of April, we saw a marketing poster leak coming out of the hands of HMD Global, which showed the back of an unannounced smartphone.
The device follows the design of the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 and also has a fingerprint scanner. The colour of that phone seems to match one of the blue colours (Lagon or Sea) from the leaked brand colour palette of Nokia Mobile. And logically, it looks like the next C series phone, possibly the Nokia C30.
We do not have any concrete detail to support the logic, but that was until a few moments ago since the Nokia C30 has now made its appearance on a testing site called 404test. As recorded by the browser benchmarking website, the device operates on Android 11 or maybe the Go version since the site does not confirm that. Nokia C30 managed to score 528 out of 555 points using one of the old versions of Google Chrome, i.e., version 80.
In The Box
- Nokia C30 Handset
- User Manual
- Store Name: Phone shop
- Vendor: Phone shop
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