The Nokia C12, the newest and most inexpensive 4G smartphone from HMD Global, has formally debuted. This gadget runs on the Android 12 Go edition and provides a stock Android UI with improved speed and reduced battery usage. Starting on 17 March, the device will be solely offered on Amazon and sell for Rs 5,999.
Specifications of the Nokia C12 with Android 12 Go version
The gadget has a 6.3-inch HD+ monitor with a frame rate of 60Hz. It is available in Dark Cyan, Charcoal, and Light Mint hues and has a plastic frame and rear panel for additional drop protection. The smartphone also includes a one-year repair warranty.
The Nokia C12 has an octa-core (Unisoc 9863A1) CPU, 2GB RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. It also has a dedicated microSD card reader for up to 256 GB of extra storage extension, and users can increase the Memory by an additional 2GB. Additionally, the gadget enables FM audio, both wired and wireless.
The Nokia C12 smartphone has an 8MP primary rear camera and a 5MP front-facing camera with support for portrait mode, night mode, and facial unlock. Additionally, the device optimises a software experience with a 30% faster programme opening performance.
The 3,000 mAh battery in the Nokia C12 supports 5W charging and provides a respectable amount of battery life. The gadget is also IP52 certified for resistance to droplets of water and dust. The Android OS upgrade for the Nokia C12 will not be announced until two years after the worldwide debut date.
After making its premiere earlier this year in Europe, the Nokia C12 has now been released in India. The smartphone joins the Nokia C-series range as its newest addition. The cost of the Nokia C12 smartphone is 5,999 in the nation. The Nokia C12 offers 64GB of internal storage and 2GB of Memory. The cost-effective Nokia C12 smartphone is available in Light Mint, Charcoal, and Dark Cyan colour schemes.