In the United States, Nokia phones are loved and widely used in the entry-level segment of the market. Which is no surprise that the entry-level Nokia C200 4G has made its first appearance there. The compact phone has a 6.1-inch LCD screen, runs stock Android 12, and has an IP52-rated body. That last bit means it can handle splashes of water.
There is no fingerprint scanner on the C200 4G, so you will have to make do with face unlock or good old password or PIN for security. The battery capacity is 4000mAh, and the marketing text says it delivers “two days of battery life”.
Nokia C200 4G Specifications
- Stock Android 12
- 6.1″ 720×1560 pixels, 60Hz refresh rate, IPS LCD.
- MediaTek Helio A22, Quad-core chipset.
- 3 GB RAM
- 32 GB built-in storage
- Memory Card slot:
- Selfie camera: 8 MP
- Rear Camera: 13 MP
- Fingerprint scanner: No.
- Battery: Non-removable, 4000mAh.
- Charging: regular charging
- 3.5mm audio headset port.
Nokia C200 4G Availability and Price
The C200 4G is now available locked to TracFone in the US. You can pick it up from Target for $79.99 only. Initially, TracFone operated as an MVNO using Verizon’s towers, but was acquired by Verizon in 2021.
Perhaps Nokia C200 4G will also be available on other US carriers later; perhaps not. We will see how it goes. But it will be available unlocked at the recommended retail price of $119. Will we see it outside of the United States? Going by precedents, that is very likely. It is one of the most affordable 4G smartphones around today.
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