Nokia has just launched a new entry-level device which is the Nokia C2. The smartphone is the updated version of the Nokia C1 which was launched last year. Unlike the C1, the C2 now comes with a 4G LTE support and runs on Android 9 Pie Go Edition.
Specifications wise, it comes with a 5.7inches HD+ IPS LCD display with a resolution of 720 by 1520 pixels. As an entry-level device it is, you do find thick bezels and chin on the front. It has an aspect ratio of 18:9 and weighs 161grams with a dimension of 154.8 x 75.59 x 8.85mm.
The smartphone comes with a removable back cover and when that is done, you get to see the Dual Nano SIMS and an SD card slot. There is no fingerprint scanner on this device and we are not surprised because it’s a budget device.
It is available in two colours which are Black and Cyan. Under the hood, it is powered by a UniSoC chipset which has a quad core processor clocked at 1.4GHz. The SoC is coupled with a 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM, you can extend the storage with a Micro SD card up to 64GB.
As mentioned earlier, it runs on Android 9 Pie Go Edition. In terms of camera, it comes with a single rear auto focus camera of 5MP with f/2.2 aperture and accompanied by a single led flash. On the front, it has the same 5MP camera with flash.
What is keeping the light on is a 2,800mAh battery which doesn’t support fast charging of course. There is a dedicated Google Assistant button to help you fire up the assistant easily.
Connectivity options includes WiFi 802.11, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, 4G VoLTE and FM Radio. Nokia hasn’t revealed the price of this smartphone but we promised to update this post once they do.