Nokia C30 and Nokia Solo Bud+ are now Bluetooth certified

Image: Nokia C30 (Nokibar), Nokia Solo Bud+ (FCC)

Nokia Mobile plans to unveil a few new devices shortly, including the Nokia C30 and Nokia Solo Bud+. Both these devices are now certified Bluetooth products. Like every other C series phone, the Nokia C30 will be using a Unisoc processor and supports Bluetooth 4.2. The smartphone has at least six variants, which are TA-1345, TA-1357, TA-1359, TA-1360, TA-1369, and TA-1377.

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This device has now been doing rounds on the internet for over a month when it appeared in a leaked marketing poster. After a few days, it was spotted running Android 11 on a browser benchmarking website called HTML5test. Nokibar revealed that it will have a 6000 mAh battery, the largest yet on a Nokia phone. As of now, the Nokia C30 has been certified only in Russia.

Next up is the Nokia Solo Bud+ (SB-201), the first-ever mono Bluetooth headset. The device supports Bluetooth 5 and has been registered under a company called Binatone Electronics. It is using the design of a product by Sky Wing Communication Electronics.

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As per FCC, the Nokia Solo Bud+ will come equipped with an 80 mAh battery, Qualcomm’s CSR8615 processor, a micro USB port, volume buttons, and a multi-functioning button at the center with a LED indicator above it. It is IPX4 rated, which means it is protected against splashing water from any direction.

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Source – Bluetooth: Nokia C30, Nokia Solo Bud+