Nokia now has multiple smartphone lineups. It started with number series and now the company decided to launch C-series and G-Series. The C-series from Nokia consists of budget-oriented smartphones. A new leak has arrived hinting at two new Nokia C-series smartphones. They are named as Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30. Previously, Nokia launched the C20 smartphone so now it seems like a Plus variant is on the way together with an all-new C30.
Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30: Bigger Batteries!
The report comes from Nokibar on the Chinese website Baidu. According to the report, Nokia is going to launch two new smartphones with a battery life better than any previous Nokia smartphone. The battery will be the biggest highlight of the devices. As you know, Nokia smartphones come with Pure Android which will further improve the battery life. The early leaks suggest these two devices can be the best cheap battery smartphones.
The report also gives us an idea of the design thanks to the sketches. I am kind of disappointed with Nokia; they are using the same design for so many devices. It looks outdated. Anyway, the C20 Plus doesn’t have a rear fingerprint scanner while the C30 does. The C30 is also bigger compared to the C20 Plus. Talking about similarities, both feature a dual rear camera around the module. The Speaker grill can be found on the bottom while the 3.5mm headphone jack is on the top.
According to the leak, the Nokia C20 Plus will sport a 5000mAH battery and the C30 will have a 6000mAH battery. These are huge batteries considering its Nokia. I hope Nokia provides fast charging so these huge batteries can be filled up quickly. Comparing the Nokia C20 to C20 Plus, it will be a big jump. The vanilla C20 has a 3000mAH battery which is substandard. An additional 2000mAH battery will make it a better device.
Nokia C20 Highlights
To recall, the Nokia C20 comes with a 6.52 inches IPS LCD panel with a resolution of HD+ (720 x 1600 pixels). There is a single 5MP rear shooter and a 5MP front shooter. The C20 comes with Unisoc SC9863A chipset and runs Android 11 GO Edition. We expect the C20 Plus and C30 to also run Android 11 GO Edition and have Unisoc chipsets. With the C-series, Nokia is trying to target people who only need basic functionality. Let us know in the comments section your opinions on the upcoming C-series smartphones.