Nokia is expected to launch an upgraded version of its model C1, with support to 4G soon. The actual handset was launched in December last year but came with only 3G support. Now, new reports tell that a handset named Nokia C1 Plus with 4G support, and similar specifications as its earlier counterpart may come soon. Here’s more about it;
Nokia C1 Plus specifications
First leaks of Nokia C1 dates back to 2015, where reports hinted about a budget handset with than standard connectivity, 3G to come soon. While the phone finally came in December 2019, it’s now planned to revamp with now supported connectivity – 4G. This upgraded handset is expected to come soon, probably by this year’s end.
If launched, it’s expected to have the same specifications as its standard variant as a 5.45″ HD+ display with either Red or Blue color variants. Since it’s a budget handset, it was filled with Android Go OS, with no bloatwares. It’s at least good since will be running on Android 10 Go OS. With 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM, it will have a MicroSD slot for expanding storage upto 64GB.
It may come with some Snapdragon 400 series chipset, thus having basic processor functions and supporting 4G connectivity. In terms of camera, it may have the same single 5-megapixel lens both front and rear. This phone has also been certified as TA-1312 already in Russia, hinting its imminent launch.
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