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HMD Global to Launch low budget Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30

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After the launch of the low-budget smartphones, Nokia C10 and Nokia C20, it appears HMD Global is set to launch another phone in the C-series. The devices spotted are named Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30.

Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30 Specs

According to Nokibar (via Baidu), two new phones, the Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30 will be released in China soon. These phones will chip with 5,000mAh and 6,000mAh battery respectively.

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A sketch of both phones also shows that there is a circular camera module at the back and rear mounted fingerprint scanner on the Nokia C30. No fingerprint scanner is seen at the rear of the C20 plus, which means it’s either side mounted or HMD Global ditched it completely.

Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30

The previously released Nokia C10 and C20 are low budget smartphones with budget specifications inside. Although there is no official specifications of these two ne Nokia phones yet, but we expect the new ones to be an upgrade.

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For now, we can confirm that both the C20 Plus and C30 will come with more camera options at the rear. And there is also going to be some additional security via a biometric authentication.

As of now, very little is known of the Nokia C20 Plus and C30 but it won’t stay like that for long. Keep watching this space for more updates.

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Given that the Nokia C10 and C20 came with a UNISOC chipset inside, we’re expecting the incoming Nokia C series phones to come with a chipset from Qualcomm or MediaTek.

Been a low cost device in the HMD Global C-series, chances are this phone would only launch in regions where Nokia is dominant. It might make its way to Africa but given that fact the likes of Tecno, Infinix, Redmi, Samsung, and iTel has a grip on these region, it’ll be difficult for Nokia to sell these phones there.

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