December 16: Building on the success of the previous C-series phones, HMD Global, a marketing company, announced a new addition to the Nokia series phones. According to the company, the new Nokia C1 Plus is the lowest cost 3G+ 4G smartphone available in the market.
The C-series mission is to bring affordable smartphone experiences to everyone, says a statement issued by the company. The Nokia C1 Plus, brings 4G connectivity to the introductory level of the C-series, offering wider experiences to even more users around the world.
“With the Nokia C1 Plus, fans can enjoy sharp content throughout – energising selfies and videos, apps and texts that pop, and immersive entertainment delivered to you crisp and clean,” said the statement.
The smartphone comes with a 2,500 mAh battery that gives power for a whole day. For added security and convenience, face unlock will give the access to everything at a glance. According to the company, the new series also has improved storage.
The Nokia C1 Plus launched on December 15 in Nepal in 1GB+16BG storage variants are priced at Rs 8,399 and are available in blue and red colours.