Though the smartphone industry and the technologies used in current models develop rapidly, there are still millions of users that either don’t want or can’t afford to buy mid-to-high-end models. So the best solution for this group of customers is the low-end models.
Well, yesterday, Nokia officially released the Nokia C1 Plus in China with a starting price of 499 yuan ($76). Pre-sale will start on December 25 and will be officially launched on December 30.
The Nokia C1 Plus sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz. It also comes with a 1GB DDR3 memory and a built-in 16GB storage space. But the latter can be expanded through the microSD card slot to up to 128GB.
In terms of system, the Nokia C1 Plus runs the lightened Android system, Android GO. By the way, Android GO was released at the Google I/O 2017 Global Developers Conference. It is an Android system for entry-level devices and is suitable for devices with 1GB or lower memory.
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