HMD Global has introduced the new Nokia C01 Plus. It is one of the cheapest smartphones and also belongs to the Android Go program, specifically it runs on Android 11 Go Edition. Due to the price of 75 euros (approximately 1900 CZK), it has relatively good parameters. There is also support for Dual SIM or the ability to insert microSD cards up to 128 GB.
The Nokia C01 Plus impresses with its low price and replaceable battery
The display is 5.45 inches in size, making it one of the smallest smartphones on the market. HD + resolution was to be expected given the price, as well as the older 18: 9 aspect ratio. You may notice larger frames around the display. As for the cameras, there is one 5Mpx camera with a flash on the back, the selfie camera on the front also has 5 Mpx.
Performance is provided by the eight-core Unisoc SC9863A chipset, which complements 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. These would be insufficient parameters for the classic Android, but the Nokia C01 Plus runs on modified GO version of Androidwhich works very well on less powerful devices. The fingerprint reader is not in the phone, at least the basic unlocking of the phone by scanning the face with a selfie camera is supported. The battery has a size of 3000 mAh and similarly to the previous Nokia C1 Plus model, even in this case it is replaceable.
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