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Nokia C1 Plus was launched to be the cheapest Nokia 4G phone

December 15, 2020

On Monday, HMD Global announced its latest smartphone (Nokia C1 Plus) Nokia C1 Plus, which belongs to the category of low-spec phones.

The Finnish company launched the Nokia C1 phone last year, then launched the Nokia C2 phone last March.

Now, the Nokia C1 Plus comes as an improved version of the Nokia C1, but it maintains a screen size of 5.45 inches, so it is still smaller than the Nokia C2 that offers a 5.7-inch screen.

The Nokia C1 Plus has support for 4G networks, and is running the Android 10 Go operating system, and will be launched in the market before the end of this year at a price of 69 euros. It's the cheapest 4G phone from Nokia ever, HMD Global says.

The phone screen - which weighs 146 grams and comes with a thickness of 8.8 mm - comes with a resolution of 960 x 480 pixels with an aspect ratio of 18: 9. The phone contains a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage with the ability to expand via external memory cards.

On the back of the Nokia C1 Plus, there is one 5-megapixel rear camera, and the front-facing camera is also 5-megapixel. The phone has a 2,500 mAh battery.

The new Nokia C1 Plus comes in conjunction with the company's announcement of another phone, the Nokia 5.4, which is the latest phone in its lineup that is supported by the Snapdragon 662 processor, the quad camera and the battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh.

HMD Global is now introducing Nokia 5.4 as the latest addition to the Nokia 5 series, as it brings the design called Nordic that appeared in Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 2.4.

Nokia 5.4 brings many visual changes compared to Nokia 5.3, as there is a punch-hole screen now for the 16-megapixel front camera.