Unannounced Unisoc-powered Nokia C20 Plus visits Geekbench

It is still unclear what road Nokia Mobile wants to take after its current move to a “new direction”, but looks like the company is yet again, ramping up the production of more budget friendly devices.

The C Series, while being lowest priced series on the list, has been the company’s major focus lately. Nokia Mobile is expected to launch two new C Series devices, with the C20 Plus appearing on Geekbench per MySmartPrice report.

Nokia C20 Plus Geekbench
Nokia C20 Plus as seen on Geekbench.

As per Geekbench, Sirius A.K.A Nokia C20 Plus will have Android 11 out of the box, 3GB of RAM, and a low-key Unisoc chip, which model is not revealed yet. However, as expected from its name, the Nokia C20 Plus was only able to score 126 in the single-core test, and 476 in the multi-core test.

These are not necessarily bad test results, but expect that it will not go well enough with full-fledge Android ecosystem by day to day use, but would rather work best with Android Go.

As for the imaging, about a few weeks back, Nokibar revealed that the phone will have a dual-camera setup at the back, with a LED flash located outside the circular camera module.

Keeping that “brightness boost feature” working on the Nokia C20 Plus is a an alleged 5000mAh battery, hopefully with a wall brick included in the sales package. It’s such a shame how more and more brands are following Apple’s approach including Nokia.

Too much Cs, with only a handful of people diving in. 🙂