Nokia has been in the market of bringing some high specs on entry level devices for a while now, and they have done the same thing again with the launch of a Nokia C2. Those who have been using Nokia phones for a while will recall that this name is not entirely new, but they have done something new with it right now.
The biggest flex on this unit is that it supports 4G even though it is an entry level device.
Besides that, the 5.7-inch smartphone is blessed with a Unisoc chipset and 2800mAh battery which we believe has been optimized to last well anyways. The unit is also home to 1GB of RAM and a 16GB storage that can be expanded as far as 64GB.
Running with the Android 9 Pie out of the box, being the Android Go edition means that this unit is entitled to about two years of Android updates. This is surely a good deal for anyone looking to get the best out of their phones.
On the back of the device is a 5MP camera with LED flash, and the home has a similar setup for selfies too. Supposed to come in colors of Black and Cyan, we wait to see where this device will get to first – and how much it will be sold for when it gets there.