Nokia C20 Plus TA-1380 running on Android 11 spotted on Geekbench and Bluetooth SIG

Just last week we got to know about the upcoming Nokia C20 Plus and the Nokia C30 smartphones which will soon join the ever-expanding Nokia C series family. The info came from the trusted Nokibar forums on Baidu which also shared some other basic specifications of the devices along with a sketch of the phones. 

Today, Nokia C20 Plus gave a surprise appearance on Geekbench revealing a bit more useful information about the device. As per the information in the Geekbench listing, Nokia C20 Plus is powered by a Unisoc SC9863A processor which is also used on the Nokia C20. We can confirm this based on the similar Geekbench 5 scores of both smartphones. Coming to the score, Nokia C20 Plus achieved a single-core score of 126 and a multi-core score of 476.

Nokia C20 Plus spotted on Geekbench

Nokia C20 Plus will ship with Android 11 but being equipped with 3GB of RAM suggests it won't be a part of the Android Go program. Other known specifications of the Nokia C20 Plus are a bigger display, 5000mAh battery, and a Dual Camera setup. The design must be similar to the Nokia C10 and the Nokia C20 and that 3GB of RAM should definitely help in improving performance a bit.

Nokia TA-1380 certified by Bluetooth SIG

A new smartphone with model number TA-1380 also got certified by Bluetooth SIG yesterday and the details in the listing reveals the Bluetooth version to be 4.2 which is the same as supported by the Unisoc SC9863A processor. This suggests, TA-1380 is the model number of the upcoming Nokia C20 Plus.

With every passing day, we are getting to see new Nokia phones popping up on various certification sites hinting at a possible launch event in the weeks to come. What do you think about the Nokia C20 Plus?

Source: GeekbenchBluetooth