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    Introducing the Nokia C20 Plus - the new HMD lineup for the Chinese market
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    In early April 2021, HMD Global (owned by Nokia) unveiled four low-end handsets simultaneously - including the Nokia C20. About two weeks ago, the Finnish company released the specifications of the Plus version of this phone in cyberspace. Finally, the Nokia C20 Plus smartphone was officially introduced on Friday, June 11, 2021. Due to the low specs and the not-so-powerful processor of this phone, here too (like the Nokia C20) we see a lighter version of Android 11 (Go version), which is optimized for weaker hardware. Nokia C20 Plus is currently available in China, but an international version may be available in the future. Introducing Nokia C20 Plus - the new HMD low-end for the Chinese market

    The Nokia C20 Plus is designed to measure 9.5 x 75.85 x 165.4 mm and weighs a bit heavy at 204.7 grams. The body of the phone is made of polycarbonate (in simpler words, plastic!) And according to the manufacturer, the 3D and corrugated design on the back adds to its strength. The Nokia C20 Plus will be available in Ocean Blue and Graphite Black.  Introducing the Nokia C20 Plus - New HMD Downscreen for the Chinese Market Especially on the bottom or chin of the phone, there is so much fringe that the Nokia logo is engraved on it. HMD used a 20: 9 aspect ratio panel to build the display. The panel is 6.5 inches in diameter and its resolution is HD + (equivalent to 720 × 1600 pixels). The display is protected by a cover called HD glass and a notch of water drops can be seen on top of it. </p> <p> </p> <img src=

    according to Android Go and as expected, we are not dealing with a powerful chipset in the processing department. The lesser-known Unisoc SC9863a processor has been chosen as the chipset for this phone. The 28-nanometer chip consists of four 1.6 GHz cores and four 1.2 GHz cores (all based on the Cortex-A55 processor architecture) and its graphics processor is called IMG8322. The Nokia C20 Plus comes in a single configuration with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage (eMMC 5.1). If this amount of storage seems insufficient, thanks to the dedicated micro-slot, this memory can be expanded to another 256 GB.

    The optics department of this phone is very simple and consists of two cameras on the back and one camera on the front. The circular module on the back of the device houses an 8-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel depth-of-field camera. Unfortunately, no further details have been released on the specifications of these cameras, and the manufacturer has only mentioned features such as HDR and portrait mode. Needless to say, taking selfies and making video calls is possible with the 5-megapixel camera in the water drop notch. Introducing the Nokia C20 Plus - the new HMD downhill for the Chinese market

    Nokia C20 Plus is a dual SIM (nano) phone. The lack of a 5G modem in the chipset makes this phone useless for fifth-generation communications, so we have a 4G device. Bluetooth 4.2, GPS navigation system and headphone jack are other communication options of this product. Nokia C20 Plus does not have a fingerprint sensor, but it has the ability to unlock the phone with face recognition (called Face Unlock).

    As mentioned earlier, the Nokia C20 Plus comes with a lighter version of Android 11 (Go Edition). This version - which is more compatible with lower-end devices - has a simple, minimalist look with large characters and icons, with 10 shortcuts for its main functions. Not to mention, security updates will be available for this phone for up to two years. Introducing the Nokia C20 Plus - the new HMD download for the Chinese market

    Nokia C20 Plus smartphone It will be officially launched in China from June 16 (June 26). The price of this product is 699 Chinese yuan, which is approximately equal to 110 US dollars at the current exchange rate.

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