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Nokia C30, Nokia C20 Plus with larger batteries tipped to launch soon


HMD Global recently launched two new low-cost smartphones, the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20, alongside a barrage of other affordable devices. It appears that the company has more C-series smartphones in store for us. Nokibar reports (via Baidu) that the Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30 will be launched in China shortly and will ship with 5,000mAh and 6,000mAh batteries, respectively. We can also see a sketch of both smartphones showcasing what appears to be a circular camera module and a capacitive, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner on the Nokia C30. The Nokia C20 Plus, in all likelihood, will skip the fingerprint sensor entirely or mount it on the side.

The Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 came with average budget specifications. The successors will likely come with upgraded designs and hardware. At the very least, both the Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30 will include multiple rear camera sensors and one form of biometric authentication. Then again, Nokia is advertising its C-series as a barebones solution for those who only need the very basic functions of a smartphone.

Also read: Nokia C10, Nokia C20, Nokia G10, and Nokia G20 budget phones launched: prices, specifications

Little is known about the Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia C30 at this point. Given that both the C10 and C20 ran a UNISOC chipset, a Qualcomm/MediaTek alternative would come as a much-needed upgrade. Lastly, the likelihood of Nokia launching its C series of smartphones in India is very low, as they would get decimated by low-cost offerings sold by the likes of Xiaomi and Realme.

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