It has only been a few weeks since we saw the last device released by Nokia, and this week the brand came out with two new models available in the Nigerian market. The Nokia C1 and Nokia 2.3 are two completely different devices for different categories of buyers. Find out more about the new phones right now!
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1. Nokia C1
Here is what the Nokia C1 has in store for its buyers.
The important thing to know about the Nokia C1 is that it’s one of the most affordable Android smartphones released this year. So while you should not expect the C1 to have cutting-edge specs like the more high-end devices that came out in 2019, the reasonable price is the main reason to consider this phone. These are the most essential specs you will find in the Nokia C1:
- 5.45-inch IPS display with decent viewing angles and a 480x960p resolution.
- Plastic body with red and charcoal as colour options and scratch-proof glass in the front.
- Dual SIM capabilities, but no 4G LTE.
- Quad-core 1.3GHz processor with 1GB of RAM.
- 16GB of built-in storage with a microSD expansion option up to 64GB.
- 5MP cameras both in the front and in the back plus LED flash for both cameras.
- Android 9 Go operating system.
- 2,500mAh battery with no fast charging.
2. Price in Nigeria
The official price of the Nokia C1 in Nigeria has not been revealed yet, but it has been reported than in other countries, the C1 will cost $59, which can place the price in Nigeria at around ₦22,000.
2. Nokia 2.3
This is what you can look forward to with Nokia 2.3.
While the Nokia C1 is a true budget mobile phone that looks very appropriate for its price, the Nokia 2.3 is a much more refined smartphone that looks exactly like many of the mid-range models released this year. Here is a list of the most important specs in the new Nokia 2.3:
- 6.2-inch IPS display with a 720x1520p resolution.
- Plastic body and three colour options: charcoal, sand, and cyan green.
- Single-SIM and dual-SIM versions, both come with LTE capabilities.
- Quad-core 2.0GHz processor with 2GB of RAM.
- 32GB of built-in storage with a microSD expansion option up to 400GB.
- Dual rear camera with 13MP and 2MP sensors plus LED flash; 5MP camera in the front with no LED flash.
- Android 9.0 Pie operating system.
- 4,000mAh battery with no fast charging.
2. Price in Nigeria
The Nokia 2.3 is a more advanced device than the Nokia C1 in every regard, which is why it’s not surprising that it retails at a higher price than its budget-friendly counterpart. The price for Nokia 2.3 was announced as approximately $100, or ₦38,000 in the Nigerian market.
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