Nokia C1 Plus revealed by Chinese TENAA and Russian retailer


Chinese regulatory agency revealed the photos of the Nokia TA-1335 model, which is most likely a new affordable Nokia smartphone Nokia C1 Plus. This phone has previously popped up on webshops of some Australian retailers, so the surprise element is definitely lost. Now TENAA released full photos of the phone and some hardware specifications, which do confirm that this is probably a new member of the C lineup.

 Check out the photos of the red Nokia C1 Plus or TA-1335.

Here are the basic specs of the Nokia TA-1335:

  • Model: TA-1335
  • Dimensions: 81×44.5×22(mm)???
  • Mass: 122g ???
  • Memory: 64 GB/2GB RAM
  • Connectivity: BT 4.2
  • Battery 2500 mAh
  • Software: Android 10

The specs that are taken from are a bit strange because TA-1335 is, according to them, coming with an 8MP camera and 2GB of RAM. Also, the dimensions mentioned there are also strange. Some other sources are suggesting 1GB of RAM, 5MP main camera, 3MP front-facing camera, and dimensions which are more suitable. retailer in Russia also shared the data of Nokia C1 Plus, which is more realistic. According to them, Nokia C1 Plus will be coming in red as seen on TENAA photos, and blue. There will be an 8 MP camera backed up with 5MP one, and the phone will be coming with a 5.45 inch 1440×720 LCD screen. The model they are selling or will be selling shortly supports two SIM cards, which is nice for the price range.

Here are the specs of Nokia C1 Plus TA-1312:

  • Model: TA-1312
  • Dimensions: 149.1 x 71.2 x 8.75 m.
  • Display: 5.45 inch, 1440×72
  • Processor: 1.4GHz, 8 Core
  • Memory: 1/16GB, 2/64GB
  • Camera: 5MP + 3MP 
  • Connectivity: LTE, BT v4 .2
  • Battery: 2500mAh
  • OS: Android Q (10 GO)


Anyways, the shots of the device are officially out, and once again, TENAA managed to announce a new Nokia device before Nokia Mobile. This means that Nokia C1 and C1 Plus are maybe sharing the design with some minor differences, but C1 Plus is bringing LTE connectivity to the market. So, if you were planning on buying a 3G Nokia C1, you might wait a bit and go for Nokia C1 Plus instead.


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