HMD Global might finally be making up for lost time owing to the pandemic. They are not only working on flagship and mid-range phones such as Nokia 9.3 PureView, Nokia 7.3, and more, but are also very close to rolling out the new entry-level phone called the Nokia C1 Plus.
In 2019, Nokia C1 was launched and hence, people are now awaiting the C1 Plus to come as a successor a year later. A Nokia device with model number TA-1312 has already made an appearance on the EEC website.
As per a report by Nokiapoweruser, the Nokia C1 Plus will chug along on Android Go software under the hood which means that it will have the stock experience and it can also be optimised for low-memory apps that includes several from Google such which include Google Go, YouTube Go, and Gmail Go.
Not only this, the specifications could also mean that the Nokia C1 Plus have also been spotted on the EEC listing.
As far as the features are concerned, the Nokia C1 Plus is slated to come with a 5.45-inch screen with 720p resolution. It will also have a notch on top that packs a 5MP selfie camera. The main camera on the back of the device will also be a 5MP shooter, as per the listing.
Not only this, the Nokia C1 Plus will reportedly be powered by an octa-core CPU that has a clock speed of 1.4GHz, although the processor’s name is not confirmed. One expects the device to come with 1GB of RAM and this explains why there is Android Go software under the hood.
Also, there will be 16GB of internal memory inside the smartphone but you can add more memory by using a microSD card slot.
The phone will be powered by the Nokia C1 Plus which will be a 2500mAh battery but do not expect fast charging on this device as it has been targeted towards the entry-level price segment. The dimensions of the device are expected to be 149.1×71.2×8.75mm.