Nokia has just revealed its latest smartphone which is the ultra-affordable C01 Plus (not to be confused with the Nokia C1 Plus that looks exactly the same). The handset comes with Android 11 Go Edition and it comes with great specs like dual SIM capabilities and an octa-core CPU.
The front of the phone is occupied by a 5.45” display with HD+ resolution and an 18:9 ratio. This means there are bezels on top and bottom, with the upper one having room for a 5MP selfie snapper, LED flash, and an earpiece; the bottom simply has the Nokia logo. The camera on the back has another 5MP sensor and comes accompanied by a flash as well.
On the inside, the Nokia C01 Plus has a Unisoc SC9863A chipset and 1GB RAM. The internal storage is 16GB, but there is a microSD card slot for up to 128GB more. This handset does not have a fingerprint scanner, but the OS supports facial recognition, so it does have some sort of biometric protection.
The phone is up for pre-order at the Nokia Russia online store in two colors – Purple and Blue. Price is RUB6,490 which is equal to $90 or €75.
Source (in Russian)