New Nokia C20 Plus will be announced in China on June 11

Nokia C20 Plus

Nokia Mobile is pepping up to launch a new smartphone in China after a hiatus of five months. As teased on its Weibo handle, the Nokia C20 Plus and Nokia Lite Earbuds (BH-205) will be announced in about a week on June 11 at 10 AM (China Standard Time, GMT+8). The post also boasts the back of the device in Blue color showing the dual-camera array. It has a similar wavy texture on the back as the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20.

The flash is placed to the left of the camera module and seems to be inherited from the Nokia X20/X10. Earlier, Nokibar revealed that the Nokia C20 Plus has a battery of 5000 mAh. The device has possibly passed the CQC certification with the model number TA-1388 and will use a 10 W power adapter. TENAA also mentions it but has not revealed the pictures and specifications of the devices yet.

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However, Geekbench revealed that Nokia C20 Plus is powered by Unisoc’s SC9863A, a 1.6 GHz octa-core processor, and has a 3 GB RAM variant. The device operates on Android 11. Similar to the Nokia C3 and Nokia C1 Plus for China, Nokia C20 Plus will feature one-click direct access. For international markets, it is usually the Google Assistant button.

The device is most possibly shipping with the P660 battery. Since this battery is already registered in one of the Russian government portals, Nokia C20 Plus will also be heading to Russia after the international release. As per the Finnish retailers, Nokia Mobile will also unveil the Nokia 110 4G and Nokia 105 4G this month.

Via: IT Home

Source: Nokia Mobile