Nokia’s Cheapest Smartphone Presentation
Nokia’s cheapest smartphone At the end of the year, Nokia has introduced its cheapest phone into the market. As technology continues to evolve, its market is also expanding and so is the modern technology of smartphones in the hands of every person.
Given this need, there is a competition between phone makers, and these days different companies lounge on each other’s best performing phones. Recently, the Nokia company has introduced the cheapest smartphone in the African country of Kenya, which they say will soon be introduced to other developing countries.
HMD Global has introduced NokiaC1, the new Android Go edition, which is also considered to be the cheapest the phone of the company.
The phone was introduced inKenya and will soon be available for sale in other developing countries.
It is a 5.45-inch phone with an IPS panel while the strong glass is used to protect against scratches.
It has a 5-megapixel camera and LED flash on the front, which helps in taking much better images even at low light, thus saving the company cost of expensive processors and machine learning.
It has a single camera on the back which is 5 megapixels with LED flash.
Nokia did not say anything about the processor company on the phone, but it is a quad-core 1.3 Hz processor (presumably from Media Tech).
There is 16GB of storage with 1GB of RAM, which can be further enhanced with a microSD card.
The Nokia C1 is a dual SIM phone but not an LTE connectivity option but a 3G phone and supports Wi-Fi 4.
However, as part of the Android Go program, most apps reduce data usage and work fine on the slow Internet
Android 9 operating system with a 2500mAh battery has been provided.
It is to be noted that last week Nokia announced the introduction of 2.3 phones in Pakistan on December 20, priced at over Rs 18,000.