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HMD announces Nokia C21 series smartphones with UNISOC inside

HMD launched a brand new lineup from the C-series—the C21 and C21 plus which will both run Android 11 Go Edition.
HMD announces Nokia C21 series smartphones with UNISOC inside
C21 Plus big display

Two new budget smartphones from Nokia!

The C21 Plus appears with a metal chassis of Blue, Green, and Grey colorways. It has a display of a 6.5-inch IPS HD+ panel in a 20:9 aspect ratio. It also comes with an IP52 rating which is the first time in the C-series. There's also an undisclosed type of glass protection.

Inside, it has a 1.6GHz 28nm UNISOC SC9863A octa-core processor and a PowerVR GE8322 GPU. It is paired with 3 RAM of options of either 2GB, 3GB, or 4GB. For internal memory, it has two options of either 32GB or 64GB.

Aside from that the C21 Plus also have two versions. There's a 5,050mAh battery rated to last up to 3 days and another one with a lower 4,000mAh capacity which is rated to last for only two days. Both versions will come with the standard 10W power adaptor.
The C21 Plus' selfie and rear cameras
The C21 Plus' selfie and rear cameras

The handset uses dual rear cameras, the primary has 13MP with AF and is paired with a 2MP depth sensor with LED flash. For selfies, they included a 5MP module.

Other features are face unlock and a rear fingerprint reader for added protection. For connectivity, it has WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
The Nokia C21
The Nokia C21

Now let's move on to the vanilla version which is the Nokia C21. This handset is a more affordable option that will come in a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD screen. Unlike the Plus version, this one has no IP rating.

At the helm, it also has the same UNISOC chipset used on the Plus model but the RAM options are down to 2GB or 3GB with a storage options of 32GB and 64GB.

Another difference will be the 3,000mAh battery only supports a lower 5W power adapter.

Meanwhile, the camera is downgraded as well, it now uses an 8MP for the rear and retains the 5MP for selfies.

Like what we mentioned above both devices run Android 11 Go Edition for a lighter experience.

Lastly, Nokia did not share the pricing and availability of these devices and only says that they are coming soon.

Via: GSMArena

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