Nokia C1 Plus has become the cheapest Nokia phone with 4G support
Nokia C1 Plus has become the cheapest Nokia phone with 4G support

On Monday, HMD Global announced its latest smartphone (Nokia C1 Plus), the Nokia C1 Plus, which belongs to the low-cost mobile phone category.

The Finnish company launched Nokia C1 last year and Nokia C2 last March.

Now Nokia C1 Plus is an updated version of Nokia C1, but its screen size is 5.45 inches, so it is still smaller than Nokia C2, which has a screen size of 5.7 inches.

Nokia C1 Plus supports 4G network and runs Android 10GB operating system. At the end of this year it will hit the market for 69 euros. HMD Global said it was the cheapest 4G phone Nokia has ever made.

The phone screen weighs 146 grams, is 8.8 mm thick, 960 x 480 pixels resolution, and an 18: 9 aspect ratio. The phone has a 1.4-core quad-core processor. GHz, 1 GB RAM, in addition to 16 GB internal memory and expandability via an external memory card.

Nokia C1 Plus has a 5MP rear camera on the back and a 5MP front camera. The phone has a 2500 mAh battery.

The new Nokia C1 Plus has been launched alongside the company's other mobile phone, the Nokia 5.4. It is the latest phone in its line of products and is powered by Snapdragon 662 processor, quad camera and 4000 mAh battery.

HMD Global is now introducing Nokia 5.4 as the latest product in the Nokia 5 series as it includes a design called Nordic which was first released in Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 2.4.

Compared to Nokia 5.3, Nokia 5.4 brings a lot of visual changes as it now has a perforated display with a 16MP front camera.

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