The Nokia C1 is an entry-level Android phone from HMD Global. It was unveiled about a week ago, and now it is available on sale in Nigeria.
The C1 is a cheap Android phone with 3G mobile network connectivity, a 5.45” display, AndroidTM 9 Pie (Go edition), 16GB internal storage, and expandable memory that supports micro SD card of up to 64GB capacity.
While it is an entry-level Android phone, the body is made of polycarbonate, with a stylish metallic finish.
The Nokia C1 comes with 1GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage and is currently available in the Nigerian market in Black and Red colours, at a retail price of ₦ 18,500.
Do have a look at our Nokia C1 hands-on review, from the launch event last week.
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