Nokia C1 Android Go edition phone: Specifications

Nokia C1 Android Go edition has been officially announced for the entry-level users. You will get a black color variant with a red color also. The company has revealed only a single variant and its pricing is 5,999 Kenyan($59 or ₹4,180). Some of the African and middle east companies will get this phone.

It is a dual-Sim phone but, it comes with the 3G support only which seems outdated these days. 3.5mm jack is also available to use the earphones and battery size is just 2,500 mAh. MicroUSB 2.0 placed on the bottom side and there is no quick-charging support. You should forget about the fingerprint sensor and face-unlock also.

  • 5.45 inches FWVGA+ display, IPS LCD display panel, 480×960 pixel resolution, 18:9 aspect ratio, 197 PPi
  • Android 9 Pie(Go edition)
  • 1.3 GHz quad-core processor(processor is not specified)
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB Storage
  • Expandable up to 64 GB
  • 5 MP rear camera with f/2.4
  • 720P at 30 FPS
  • 5 MP front camera with LED Flash
  • 720P at 30 FPS

Nokia C1 Android Go edition Full Specifications and features

Nokia C1 official trailer

You are getting a 5.45 inches FWVGA+ display and this is an IPS LCD display. The company has used thick bezels and there are not even hot-keys. The Hot-keys save the spaces in the display, which means you will get on-screen buttons. You are getting a display resolution of 480×960 pixels and its aspect ratio is 18:9. The pixel density is 197 PPi.

It runs on the Android Go version of Android 9 Pie. You are getting the 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and there is nothing revealed about the processor name. RAM is just 1 GB and internal storage is 16 GB, which is expandable up to 64 GB.

It has only a single camera setup on the rear side and it comes with a 5 MP sensor with f/2.4. This can record 720P videos with 30 FPS also. The front camera comes with the 5 MP resolution and it also has an LED flash. This can also record 720P videos at 30 FPS.

Is this Android Go phone worth to buy for an entry-level user?

Nokia has announced this phone without any leak, and it is also good. Nokia 1 is already there with the Android Go and no one is buying that. Instead of launching it with the 4G, they have used 3G instead of 4G. Claps! Processors are not confirmed but I think, this is a SpreadTrum processor. In simple words, pricing is good but specifications and features don’t justify the pricing. I am giving the kick and you should definitely ignore this one.

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