Nokia updated this Friday (2) its line of affordable cell phones with the C110 and C300 models. The products arrive with differences in specifications in almost all aspects, even if they maintain technical sheets designed for the simplest tasks of everyday life.
The most advanced device among those launched is the C300, which arrives with a Snapdragon 662 processor. The device will be sold in versions with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage.
Its construction features a 6.52-inch screen, with HD+ resolution of 720 x 1,600 pixels. The panel has thick edges on the sides, and a drop-shaped cutout to house the front camera.
The set of rear cameras is led by a 13 MP sensor, lined up with a 2 MP component for depth detection and another 2 MP for macro content. At the front, an 8 MP camera is responsible for selfies.
The Nokia C300 still has a 4,000 mAh battery, which promises autonomy for up to two days of use. There is support for 10W recharges via the USB-C port.
In turn, the Nokia C110 features a MediaTek Helio P22 chip. Its configurations are also in 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage expandable up to 256 GB by micro SD.
Its display is slightly smaller at 6.3 inches, maintaining an HD+ resolution virtually the same with 720 x 1,560 pixels. The smartphone only has a 13 MP rear camera, while the front one has a 5 MP sensor inside a drop-shaped notch.
The device’s battery is also slightly smaller, with 3,000 mAh and a day’s autonomy. Its charging takes place at 5 W, also with a USB-C cable.
Prices and availability
The devices were announced in the United States, but may arrive in other countries over the next few days. The Nokia C110 has an official price of US$99 (about R$492 in direct conversion), while the C300 goes for US$139 (~R$691).