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HMD Global revives the Nokia C line with the Nokia C1

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The Nokia C series was quite popular in the days when the brand was still the queen of mobile phones. The series was made up of both smart phones as per feature phones, what makes it accessible for all kinds of budgets. Now HMD Global is bringing back the series with the new Nokia C1. The new smartphone has been announced today in Kenya.

The Nokia C1 is a input range smartphone aimed at emerging markets like Africa, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific. With regard to its design, it looks like the Nokia 1 Plus, which is also a phone range of Android Go input range. However, there are some differences in design.

The Nokia C1 revives a classic line, now designed for developing passes

The phone has a hole for the speaker on the back, just like the Nokia 1 Plus, but the hole is on the left side instead of on the right. It also has an LED flash on the front next to the front camera. In addition to these two differences we find a slightly different shade of red. We can say that it is a Nokia 1 Plus with some specific modifications.

Regarding the specifications, the Nokia C1 has a 5.45 IPS screen inches with FWVGA + resolution (480 x 960 pixels), like the Nokia 1 Plus. The spec sheet says it's a "toughened glass screen". Count with one nico 5MP rear camera sensor with f / 2.4 aperture and with LED flash. In the front is present another 5 megapixel camera assisted with LED flash. There are 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage expandable along with a unnamed 1.3 GHz four-core processor (probably from Mediatek).

There's a dedicated Google Assistant button on the left side of the phone. We also have a MicroUSB port, support Dual SIM (nano only), an audio jack, FM radio, Bluetooth 4.2 and a MicroSD card slot (64 GB mx.). Connectivity is completed with GPS and 2.4GHz WiFi.

The device does not have 4G connectivity, so it is limited to only 3G. That is not a problem being addressed to people who change a feature phone for their first smartphone.