Budget-Friendly Nokia C3 launched with 8MP Camera, Fingerprint sensor

HMD Global has today launched a new entry-level smartphone, the Nokia C3. Succeeding the Nokia C2 which was announced in March 2020, the Smartphone packs slight upgrades and a fingerprint sensor as the differenciators from its predecessors.

Being a 2020 release, the Nokia C3 ships Android 10 straight out the box, but brings to play a micro-USB port with 5W charging compatibility that supports a 3040mAh battery.

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If compared to the Nokia C1 and C2 Smartphones, the C3 differs in battery capacity, chipset clock rate, camera, RAM, and Internal Storage. But if compared to entry-level smartphones like Itel’s P36, the C3 deserves to be a yesterday release as per the specs sheet

Nokia C3 Specifications

LaunchedAugust 2020
Operatign systemAndroid 10
ProcessorQuad Core 1.6GHz Unisoc Chipset
Display5.99-inch HD+ Screen w/ 18:9 aspect ratio 
Rear Camera8MP
Front Camera5MP
Storage 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM expandable to 400GB
Available ColorsNordic Blue, Gold Sand 
Price$100 (approx. UGX 370,000)
Quick Nokia C3 Specs

Given the fact that Nokia’s entry-level releases are tagged to attractive price ranges, we expect the C3 to be priced at around UGX 365,000 on Jumia if compared to the C2 priced at 329,000.

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With Global orders starting on August 13th 2020, the Nokia C3 will be available in several markets soon. But by the look of things, the C3 is a 2018-style Smartphone.

No Display Notch, high top and bottom bezels, Micro USB port, and a Small Screen size (5.99Inch). All these downvote the Nokia C3 being a 2020 release. Its only upvote is the fact that it has a dedicated Google Assistant button which has not been a thing in the budget-friendly sphere.

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