The Finnish Nokia brand licensee, HMD Global, made its Nokia C3 official in China on Monday, August 3. The smartphone is a successor to Nokia C2 launched in March this year. Notably, the Nokia C3 has a bigger display and better resolution than in Nokia C2. The Nokia C2 sports a 5.7-inch display. The highlight features of the latest handset include a large IPS LCD display, Unisoc processor, 3GB RAM and removable battery.
The price of the Nokia C3 handset is set as 669 Yuan (approx. INR 7,205) for the sole variant with 3GB RAM + 32GB inbuilt storage option. The handset will be available in Nordic Blue and Sand Gold Color. The handset is now available in China through Jingdong e-commerce site while there is no official statement on release of the handset in other markets.
The handset sports a 5.99-inch IPS LCD display with screen resolution of 720x1440pixels with traditional bezels on all the sides. The dense bezels on top and bottom while wafer thin bezels on the two sides. The top bezel encompasses a front camera and a speaker. To the rear, there exists an 8-megapixel single lens camera sensor with an LED flash. The rear panel also features a fingerprint sensor just below the rear camera, followed by Nokia brand logo in the middle of the rear panel.
The handset runs on Android 10 OS and under the hood, is powered by an octa-core Unisoc processor clocked at 1.20GHz, paired with a 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory with expandable memory capacity. The handset comes with connectivity options like 3.5mm audio jack, Bluetooth, WiFi, FM Radio, OTG Support, Dual SIM support with standby mode.