The smartphone maker is preparing to launch a new budget-friendly phone. The Nokia C20 Plus will be powered by the 28nm Unisoc SC9863A chipset.
Nokia is preparing to introduce a new entry-level smartphone. The launch date of the phone, which will be a continuation of the Nokia C20 introduced in the first days of April, was announced by the company. The Nokia C20 Plus will be released at the event on June 11th.
Nokia announced the launch of a new budget-friendly phone under the C series in a poster that it will launch in the first half of this month. The company also included an image of the upcoming Nokia C20 Plus on the poster. The device will have a dual-camera setup in a circular area.
The device has previously been displayed on some certification platforms with the model number TA-1388. The phone will be powered by 4 octa-core 28nm Unisoc SC9863A chipsets with 1.60GHz and 4 1.2GHz clock speeds and will have 3GB of RAM.
Nokia C20 Plus, which will run Android 11, will come with a 5,000 mAh battery, according to previously moderate leaked information. The device is not expected to have a fingerprint reader.