Nokia has unveiled the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20, the newest smartphones in the C-series range.
Both devices feature 6.5-inch HD+ displays, a 5MP front camera, and a 5MP main camera.
They also have 1GB of RAM, 16GB of on-board storage, and a 3000mAh battery.
The Nokia C20 has a slightly faster processor — an octa-core CPU with speeds up to 1.6GHz while the C10 has a quad-core CPU with speeds up to 1.3 GHz.
The C10 also supports older 3G network speeds, while the C20 has 4G support.
Both the C10 and C20 IS equipped with Android 11 (Go edition) straight out of the box and based on HMD lab tests loading speeds are up to 20% faster than before, and with access to improved security features.
Patrick Henchie, Head of Product and Operations for HMD Global says following the popularity of the C-series, the company is expanding the range to continue their mission to provide accessible connectivity to everyone.
Pricing and availability
The Nokia C10 will be available at selected retailers in South Africa from mid-June in Light Purple and Grey priced from R1,499 come with a free phone cover and screen protector
The Nokia C20 will be available at selected retailers in South Africa from mid-June in Sand and Dark Blue priced from R1,699 come with a free phone cover and screen protector.
Both the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 are dual sim and come in 1/16GB configuration.