Nokia continues to anchor its presence in the affordable smartphone segment and introduced the Nokia C21 Plus smartphone. The company is utilising the Android 11 Go version in its new device and driving the power through a Unisoc chipset.
Nokia C21 Plus launched in India with an introductory price of Rs. 10,299 for 3GB RAM+ 32GB storage model and Rs. 11, 299 for 4GB RAM + 64GB storage (expandable) variant. The 4GB RAM model comes with Nokia wired buds.
Diving into the features and specifications of the phone, we wonder considering its point of launch because the Android 11 Go version is available on phones that come under Rs. 8000, but Nokia is using it to run its smartphone that costs Rs. 11, 299. The smartphone features a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a refresh rate of 60Hz. A Unisoc SC9863A chipset powers Nokia C21 Plus and it has a dual rear camera set-up with a 13 MP primary sensor, 2 MP depth sensor and 5MP front shooter. The battery of the device has a capability of 5050mAh supporting regular charging speed.
This is for sure that the Nokia C21 Plus is going to face tough competition and it would be challenging for Nokia to find and convince customers in this segment.