HMD Global has finally revealed another entry-level smartphone – Nokia C3. This phone has a starting price of just $100 and seems to be one of the cheapest smartphones available in the market.
Nokia C3 features a 5.99″ HD+ display and surprisingly comes with a fingerprint scanner at the back. It is built around a polycarbonate body. The power button is placed at the right whereas the volume button is placed on the left side of the phone.
The phone features a 1.6GHz processor named Unisoc SC9863 SoC paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage on board, with a dedicated slot for a microSD card that allows storage expansion by up to 128GB.
Now coming to cameras, we can see that the phone has one camera at back and another at front. The front camera is of 5MP whereas the back camera is of 8MP resolution paired with a flash.
Nokia C3 is powered by a 3,040mAh battery but supports a very low 5W charging. The phone has several other highlights as well which include – FM Radio, 3.5mm headphone jack, dual SIM support, and an Xpress Key that lets you quickly launch Google Assistant or other apps.
Nokia C3 is already up for pre-orders in China but will go on sale from August 13. The phone is priced at CNY 699 ($100/€85) but if you pre-order it the final price will be CNY 50 less than the original price.