HMD Global announced a pair of new entry-level smartphones for the US market. Nokia C110 brings a 6.3-inch LCD screen with HD+ resolution and a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset. Nokia C300 features a 6.52-inch LCD with the same resolution and a Snapdragon 662 SoC.
Nokia C110 features a single 13MP camera on its back and an LED flash while the C300 adds a 2MP depth sensor and 2MP macro cam. C300 also boasts an 8MP front facing shooter while C110 features a 5MP module. Both of the new devices are offered with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage which is expandable via the microSD slot.
Android 12 covers the software front here while the batteries are 3,000 mAh (5W charging) on the C110 and 4,000 mAh (10W charging) on the C300. Both phones feature polycarbonate frames and backs, IP52 ratings and headphone jacks.
Nokia C110 comes in grey and starts at $99 in the US. Nokia C300 is offered in blue and costs $139. Both phones will be available later this month from carriers like Consumer Cellular and Tracfone as well as partnering retailers Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Amazon.
These two phones are really the bottom of the barrel. Just e-waste and nothing more. I mean, the Helio P22 is about as bad as it gets.
You probably ne er heard of x30, g60 or xr21....
Gosh, they really are scraping the bottom of the barrel with these devices. Geez, when are they going to release proper devices? I used to cheer them on and had some Nokia devices myself, but now they are really devoid of any personality, or elegance...