Nokia C20 is set to launch on April 8: Here’s what to expect
Nokia C20 is likely to be an entry-level phone. It will reportedly be available in multiple memory configurations as well.
HMD Global will launch a new Nokia smartphone on April 8. The company has not yet disclosed which phone will launch but reports suggest it will be Nokia C20. Ahead of the official launch, Nokia C20 has appeared on multiple certification websites. And now, it has bagged Bluetooth SIG certification as well.
According to a GSMArena report, Nokia C20 will be available in at least four configurations based on memory capacities. The variants have the following model numbers - TA-1352, TA-1356, TA-1339, and TA-1348.
The Bluetooth SIG listing reveals the phone will come with a Unisoc processor under the hood. Older leaks have said Nokia C20 will come with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage. The phone will be priced at Eur 90 ( ₹7,850 approximately).
Apart from C20, HMD Global will reportedly unveil more devices at the April 8 event. Rumours suggest the new devices will belong to Nokia's X-series and G-series. The company may unveil Nokia G10 and G20 along with Nokia X10 and X20. The G-series is said to be aimed at the budget segment. The X-series will target the upper tier with features such as 5G support.
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Nokia G10 will reportedly come with a MediaTek Helio P22 processor. The G20 will run Helio G35 under the hood. The two phones are likely to be available in 3GB/4GB and 32GB/64GB RAM and storage variants. You can also expect the phones to offer Android 11 out-of-the-box and a dedicated button for Google Assistant.
In the photography department, Nokia G10 and G20 are said to come with a quad-camera setup on the back. The setup will have a 48MP main camera, a 2MP depth sensor, a 5MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro lens. For selfies, there might be an 8MP front-facing camera. Other leaked specifications include a 5000mAh battery, USB Type-C, and 10W charging capacity.
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