HMD Global has relaunched the Nokia C3 by adding a fingerprint sensor for its users in the market.
If you do not know, HMD Global is the company that has been bringing Nokia devices to us. Devices that were once the envy of other brands but somehow went under but are now being revived. Nokia tried windows but it did not go down well, now, they are launching devices running the android software.
We have seen the C1 phones, which were then followed by the C2 phones that are now being replaced by the C3.
And this is exactly what HMD Global is doing by relaunching the Nokia C3 with a fingerprint sensor. Remember sometime back, HMD released the Nokia C3 without a fingerprint scanner.
So what does the Nokia C3 bring on the table? For starters, personally I begin by looking at the screen size. I am someone who loves big screens. The C3 packs a 5.99-inch HD+ resolution screen, which is not bad considering that HMD Global rarely produces devices that are more than 6 inches.
For RAM, the device is a 3GB and for internal memory, you get 32GB, which is not big but not too bad at the same time. However, do not worry; you can expand the storage by use of a microSD card.
The C3 runs Android 10 out of the box, and powered by a quad-core CPU running at 1.6 GHz.
Having a look at the cameras reveal an 8MP main camera and if you love taking selfies, then the 5MP front camera is all you have. Considering that this is a budget phone, this is expected.
The battery is a 3040mAh, which should juice up your day but honestly, HMD Global has not been doing the batteries any justice.
Lastly is the fingerprint scanner an addition to this device. If you looking to buy this device, it will cost you some Ksh.9,499.00.