Nokia C20 is the expensive version of the ultra-affordable series of Nokia phones that run Android GO software. Even though it is affordable and planned as the first device for folks living in the emerging markets, Nokia Mobile marketed this device as a durable one. The disassembly video posted by Techno Rabin YouTube channel confirmed that c20 is not yet another classic affordable smartphone with a body made of polycarbonate.
In the center of the device is an aluminum frame that makes the structural integrity of the device strong. Another good thing about Nokia C20 is that its back cover is removable, which means you’ll be able to remove the battery and replace it quickly if needed.
The phone seems easy to disassemble and reassemble, which suggests it will be cheap to fix it or change broken parts if that will be happening now that Nokia Mobile said it raised the industry quality control standards.
Do check out the video below.
Cheers Techno Rabin for the tip 😉