Nokia C20 Plus is yet another Android Go smartphone which is targeted at the low budget market to help them have decent Android experience even with the limited hardware power. The new smartphone debuts at a category where features aren’t the priority but usability is. With that in mind, Nokia is offering a one year replacement guarantee which is quite a thoughtful addition at this price point. So what does this smartphone have to offer? Here is a peek at the specs on the Nokia C20 Plus.
Nokia C20 Plus Key Specification
- 6.5-inches, 720 x 1600 pixels LCD screen
- Android 11 (Go edition)
- Dual 8MP + 2MP rear camera and 5MP front camera
- 2GB/3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage
- Octa-core Unisoc SC9863A chipset
- Single SIM and Dual SIM (Nano-SIM)
- 4, 950mAh Non-removable Li-ion battery
Looking at the specs here, it’s obvious that the specs won’t get you the fastest performance or take the best pictures. However, what you get is ‘Lite’ apps incorporated in to the Go Edition Android 11, offering the latest OS with much lesser demand on the processor. This way you get a smoother experience on a budget.
In addition, you also get an option of 2GB or 3GB RAM with 32GB of storage space on board. More so you’ve got the octa-core Unisoc SC9863A inside which is a 2019 entry-level processor also featured in the predecessor Nokia C20 and Nokia C3, as well as other budget phones like the Moto E6i and Moto E7i all sporting the same SoC.
It is currently on sale, the 2GB RAM variant goes for $121 and the 3GB RAM model for $13 more at $134. There is also an option to choose between a grey and blue colour option as well. As is usually the case, the Nokia C20 Pro has a plastic build which is clearly cheap but solid as well and should be able to take little bumps here and there.