Nokia C30 is an affordable entry smartphone that Nokia Mobile announced with Nokia XR20 back in the summer of 2021. The device shouldn’t cost much, and for its price, you are getting a solid entry device that is a bit on the heavy side (237 g). However, it has a huge 6.82-inch screen, Unisoc SC9863A processor built-in 28nm process which runs Android 11 (Go Edition), 13 MP main and 5 MP selfie cam, 32/3 GB memory arrangement, and 6000 mAh battery to power the device for days. After checking up on the disassembly videos, it looks like Nokia C30 is built like a tank.
It took a while for Nokia Mobile to bring this device to various markets, and after 7 months it is available in Brazil. But, you know how they say, better late than never.
The device is available as a 4/64GB version but for a rather high price of R$ 1.279,00, which is approximately 240 €. The price in Brazil is almost 100€ higher than in India or in Europe. I’m not familiar with the market there, but it seems that smartphones are overcharged.
It should be available in green colour although the brown version can be seen on Nokia pages. Anyways, if you are interested in it, you can pick it up from Nokia online store.