Nokia C20 Plus was launched last week. The phone feels excellent in the hand, is small enough to fit in a pocket, and has the August security patch installed. The phone comes with stock Android as part of the Android One program, which is advantageous because we will receive frequent upgrades for at least two years. The Nokia C20 Plus has a one-piece polycarbonate casing with a three-dimensional grooved pattern. Nokia promises that this case makes the phone sturdy and tough. It has a longstanding relationship with Unisoc processors, and this smartphone is no exception. It features a Unisoc SC9863A (28nm) CPU with an Octa-core processor and a 1.6GHz speed.
The important aspect to note here is that Nokia has attempted to attract the attention of budget customers, mostly in the offline market, rather than online. The cost of the phone is very low which is around $108 (7990 INR) in India. Nokia C20 Plus offers single and dual SIM slots according to your requirement. At the top of the display, the Nokia C20 Plus has a water-drop notch that accommodates the selfie camera. The phone has a 6.5-inch HD and a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels IPS LCD. With a pixel density of 270 PPI and an aspect ratio of 20:9, the display screen is rather impressive.
The power button and volume rocker controls are both situated on the right side of the device. They have functioned specific button on the side of the phone call Google Assistant. Nokia C20 Plus lacks a fingerprint scanner, but it still retains biometric unlocking by Face ID. Unlike other phones, which only have a Type-C connector, the phone features a 3.5mm headphone jack. It has inbuilt loudspeakers, the audio is of excellent quality.
The Nokia C20 Plus has 32GB of internal storage with 3GB RAM that can be extended with the help of a microSD card, for up to 256GB. It weighs 204.7g and measures 165.4 x 75.9x 0.00 mm. The phone has a dual back camera system that includes an 8 megapixels main sensor and 2 megapixels depth lens with a LED flash. The selfie camera at the front is 5 megapixels, enabling you to click decent pictures. The video quality featured is up to 720pixels. At such a low price, the camera quality is amazing. Auto Focus, Auto Flash, Exposure Adjustment, Face Identification, Prolonged Shooting, High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode, White balance settings, Touch to Focus, and Geo-tagging all these will be the camera’s characteristics.
The external connectivity features are Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, FM radio, Micro-USB, GPS, Bluetooth v4.2, 3G, and 4G connections. The phone is powered with Li-Ion 4950 mAh battery which is removable. This gives us the advantage of replacing it whenever we feel like the battery is discharging too soon. The battery uses a 10W charger through a micro USB connection. The additional sensors featured in Nokia C20 Plus are Accelerometer, a Proximity sensor, and an ambient light sensor.
This incredible budget friendly phone comes in two amazing colors- Ocean Blue and Graphite Black.