Nokia officially released a new product strategy this year, dividing the mobile phone type into three product series of X/G/C, among which the C series is an entry-level mobile phone, which is equipped with a large capacity battery to ensure the battery life. According to GSMArena news, a whistleblower has exposed Nokia’s upcoming two new CSeries products, including the C20 Plus and C30. According to the renderings, both phones feature a rear dual camera with a headphone jack at the top.
In the case of the C30, which has a rear fingerprint reader, the battery capacity is similar to that of the previously revealed Nokia X50, both of which have a capacity of 6,000 mAh. Foreign media estimate that the product will sell for about $100.
Nokia C20 Plus comes with a 5,000mAh battery, a big improvement over the previously released C20 standard model, which has only a 3,000mAh battery and a single 5-megapixel camera.
The image is similar to Nokia’s previous phones, the C20 and C10, which have rounded corners and rounded rear camera bulges. The back cover is made of plastic and has speaker openings. Nokia C20 is equipped with Unisplendour Zanrui SC9863A octopus core processor. The processor information of C20 Plus and C30 is unknown.