The smartphone industry and its technologies are in constant rapid development, with new models every second day, however, there are still millions of users that don’t want or can’t afford themselves to buy a mid-range or flagship model. So the best solution for this particular group of users is the low-end models. They are budget-friendly price tags but only provide the basics of the functions.
Nokia released yesterday the Nokia C1 Plus in China with a starting price of US$ 80. Pre-sale will start on Christmas December 25 and will be officially launched and released on December 30.
The Nokia C1 Plus will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor, clocked at 1.4GHz. and with a 1GB DDR3 memory and a built-in 16GB storage space that can be expanded through the microSD card slot to up to 128GB.
In terms of photography, it has very basic front and rear cameras both use a 5MP lens. The front lens also supports soft light selfies, which can ensure image quality in low-light environments.
It weighs only 146g, which can easily be handled with one hand. The display comes with large-sized icons for users to see clearly. It supports functions such as one-key direct access to the health code, making it ideal to be used by elderly users to get started. Obviously, with this model, Nokia shows its tendance towards those who may have difficulties when using gadgets.