HMD Global, makers of Android Nokia smartphones, have announced two anticipated phones, Nokia C1 Plus and Nokia 5.4.
The Nokia C1 Plus is an entry-level smartphone and described as the cheapest 4G Nokia smartphone ever. It has the same 5.45″ screen size as the older Nokia C1, but the screen resolution is much higher.
The C1 Plus has a price tag of €69 (about $84) in Europe. It will make it to other markets North and South America, Middle East, Africa, as well as Asia.
The Nokia 5.4 ranks higher up on the ladder. It is a midranger with a 6.39″ display and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset. It is the successor to the Nokia 5.3.
The Nokia 5.4 offers 4GB RAM and two storage options – 64GB and 128GB. Battery capacity is 4000mAh and there is the slightly faster 10W charging standard to go with it.
At the back is a 48-megapixel quad camera, below which is a fingerprint reader. Nokia 5.4 has a recommended retail price of €189 (about $230) in Europe.
Like the Nokia 5.4, it will also be available in markets in North and South America, Middle East, Africa, as well as Asia.
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