Beginning in September of this year, HMD Global introduced the Nokia C31, Nokia G60 5G, and Nokia X30 5G for the international market. The cost-effective Nokia C31 has finally been revealed in China by the Finnish business.
Two memory configurations—4GB RAM + 64GB storage and 4GB RAM + 128GB storage—are offered for the Nokia C31 in China. The standard model costs 799 yuan ($111) instead of $129 on the worldwide market, and the more expensive edition will cost 869 yuan ($121) in China. The two variations will be sold starting at 10 a.m. on October 15.
In terms of appearance and features, the Nokia C31 features a 6.74-inch LD display with a 1600 x 720 pixel resolution and support for a 60Hz refresh rate. A 5MP selfie camera is housed in a waterdrop-shaped notch on the display. To avoid fingerprint stains, it uses a 3D water ripple design at the back.
A triple camera array is nestled in the upper left corner of the panel and a fingerprint sensor is installed on the back of the device. A 13MP primary camera, a 2MP depth camera, and a 2MP macro lens make up the vertically stacked cameras.
The UNISOC SC9863A1 and Power VR GE8322 processors that run the C31 can essentially handle most daily tasks. The system also enables memory extension up to 512GB.
The Nokia C31 features a 5050mAh battery inside its body. The gadget features its own “power-saving” and “super power-saving” modes and can charge at a 10W rate. The phone will change the visual display effect and limit background programmes when the battery is low to prevent interference with the operation of critical components of the device.
The Nokia C31 also has IP52 level dust and water resistance, 4G dual SIM, dual standby, Bluetooth 4.2, and Wi-Fi 4. Additionally, it has a micro-USB charging port and the venerable 3.5mm headphone jack.
Three colour choices—advanced grey, Nordic blue, and mint green—are offered for the low-cost smartphone.