Nokia’s C1 is the best entry-level Android smartphone you can buy
December 22, 2019

It only costs 199 AED.

HMD Global has just unveiled a new smartphone in its Android lineup in the form of the Nokia C1. This smartphone comes with a 5.45-inch display where you can easily watch your favorite videos and listen to your tunes. With 1 GB of RAM, the Nokia C1 runs on Android 9 Pie (Go Edition), meaning that the lightweight apps won’t impact the user experience.

“We are absolutely delighted to launch another phone for our fans in the region that will meet all their needs and keeps getting better with time. The Nokia C1 is designed to deliver the brand’s hallmarks – it is durable and reliable – with outstanding battery life. Given that smartphones are an extension of their users, the Nokia C1 offers a seamless experience no matter where you may be. Fans will find it hard to put down their phones because of the stunning phone, picture quality, and intuitive functionality,” said Sanmeet Kochhar, Regional Head, MENA and India at HMD Global.

The Nokia C1 has fewer pre-installed apps so your storage is optimized. This means that the 16 GB of internal storage is enough to you thousands of songs and hours of videos that you can enjoy on the smartphone. If 16 GB is not enough, the microSD slot supports up to 64 GB.

From the outside, the smartphone features a metallic finish along with a polycarbonate cover. It also features a 5 MP front-facing camera with flash along with a similar 5 MP camera. As it’s an Android device, Google Assistant is baked inside the smartphone so you can easily ask commands and even check your own schedule.

Available in Black and Red on January 2nd, the Nokia C1’s 199 AED should be a fitting option for users looking for an entry-level Android device that won’t break the bank.

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. Passionate for all things tech - you’ll normally find him tinkering with the latest gadgets and computer peripherals. He is an avid collector of Blu-ray discs and occasionally plays on his Xbox.
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