They have quietly unveiled a very cheap, specifically anemic Nokia that will be available in Russia for the first time.
It was freshly introduced, but by no means modern or trendy Nokia C01 Plus, HMD ‘s latest entry mobile. It has a 5.45-inch HD + display with an 18: 9 aspect ratio display and traditional, chunky coffees, so it easily fits into a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and even an LED flash, which in the age of screen-clarifying flash an increasing rarity.
The hardware isn’t too steel either, the Unisoc SC9863A (ex-Spreadtrum) chip with old-fashioned Cortex-A55 cores and 1GB of RAM. The internal storage is also not too large, 16 GB, but at least it can be expanded with a microSD, it can handle up to 128 GB card. There is no fingerprint reader, there is a face-based camera resolution, and the plastic back cover hides a multimedia speaker in addition to the 5-megapixel camera: this is no longer common in 2021. 6,500 Russian rubles is equivalent to 25,000 forints, which is why Nokia is offering its cheap smartphone with Android 11 Go.