Experience Android 12 with the Nokia C12 Pro 2
Nokia is quietly making its entry into the smartphone market. Earlier this year, in January, HMD Global released the Nokia C12. Needless to say, the C12 is an entry-level smartphone with reasonable specifications. The company has now released the Nokia C12 Pro. In detail, the smartphone has similar features to the C12; however, a 4,000 mAh removable battery is the new addition.
HMD Global is very confident that the C12 series will make a great comeback, at least at the entry-level. The smartphone will help users in taking photos with powerful night mode and portrait mode. The 6.3-inch HD+ display actually makes the difference between this smartphone and other branded phones. There is a lot to offer; let’s discuss the amazing features.
Nokia C12 Pro To CompeteTough Market Conditions:
Market conditions are challenging these days; therefore, making claims about its dashing entry will be wrong. Nokia C12 Pro is an entry-level Android smartphone, and HMD Global has to do something extra to achieve market dominance. Keeping this in mind, the smartphone is equipped with some standard features. The features include a 6.3-inch HD+ screen and a waterdrop notch 5 MP selfie camera.
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Moreover, the back of the Nokia C12 Pro has an 8MP primary lens accompanied by an LED flash. The camera system is just fair; it is not something that lives up to our hopes. Moreover, the unique feature of this smartphone is the Android 12 (Go edition). The Android 12 operating system will receive security updates for two years. Furthermore, the Nokia C12 Pro has Unisoc’s 986a1 processor with standard memory options.
These Android phones feature a 2/3GB RAM configuration with 64GB memory only. If we talk about the color options, you can only get Charcoal, Light Mint, and Dark Cyan colors. Nokia C12 Pro with 2/64GB model starts at INR 6,999, and the 3/64GB variant will cost you INR 7,499. You can buy these entry-level or budget smartphones from online and offline retail stores in India.