The range of Nokia smartphones has been replenished with a new budget C-class model. The novelty, called Nokia C12, can be considered the heir to the Nokia C10, released in mid-2021. Among the features of the model are Android Go firmware, designed specifically for low-power budget devices, a compact rugged design and support for virtual RAM, which adds another 2 GB to the existing 2 GB of RAM.
Specifications Nokia C12:
- display: 6.3 inches, IPS LCD, 1600×720 pixels (HD+), 278 PPI, aspect ratio 20:9;
- SoC: Unisoc SC9863A1, 28nm process, four Cortex-A55 cores @ 1.6GHz, four Cortex-A55 cores @ 1.2GHz, PowerVR IMG 8322 graphics accelerator;
- RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB virtual memory;
- built-in storage: 64 GB;
- operating system: Android 12 Go Edition;
- front camera: 5 MP;
- main camera: 8 MP, autofocus, LED flash, night and portrait modes;
- rechargeable battery: 3,000 mAh, charging power 5 W;
- ports: microUSB and classic 3.5mm audio jack, work without recharging all day;
- wireless communications: 4G LTE, Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 5.2;
- case: made of polycarbonate plastic with protection against falls, as well as dust and splash water (IP52);
- case dimensions: 160.6×74.3×8.8 mm;
- weight: 177 g;
- available colors: black, blue and green.
Germany and Austria will be the first countries where sales of the new Nokia C12 will start, and later the smartphone will appear in other regions. Its cost in the European market will be 120 euros for a single configuration with 2/64 GB of memory.
Source: Trash Box
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