Nokia C1 Plus goes official

Nokia C1 Plus Launched

Nokia Mobile has expanded its C Series line up by launching the budget-friendly Android Go smartphone the Nokia C1 Plus. The device is aimed at the first time smartphone buyers that will make a switch from feature phones and it is also the cheapest 4G Nokia smartphone that is currently available.

Nokia C1 Plus Blue

Nokia C1 Plus is a cute little device that comes in two colours - Blue and Red both of which look eye-catching in the images. The phone is made out of strong and trusted polycarbonate material that's seen on many other similarly priced Nokia smartphones. HMD says the device has also passed 50 tests for hardware durability that are part of the rigorous manufacturing process.

Nokia C1 Plus Red

Coming to the specifications, Nokia C1 Plus is powered by a 1.4 GHz Quad-Core processor the brand of which is not disclosed but I assume it to be Broadcom or Spreadtrum. The phone has 1GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage which is the minimum requirement for Android Go devices. There is a 2500 mAh battery and the phone comes with a 5V/1A charger.

At the front, there is a 5.45" HD+ display in 18:9 aspect ratio. The Nokia logo sits on the bottom bezel. There are 5 MP Fixed Focus cameras along with an LED Flash both at the front and the back. Nokia C1 Plus also doesn't miss out on the important sensors and comes with an Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor and Accelerometer. Measuring at 149.1 mm × 71.2 × 8.75 mm and weighing at 146 grams the device is compact and should be easy to use single-handedly.

Nokia C1 Plus is already available in Russia and some European countries for an Average Global Retail price of €69.

Check out the official Nokia C1 Plus product page.