The Nokia C2 is available for purchase in Kenya. This is HMD Global’s cheapest offering and succeeds the C1 that was released in late 2019. The C2 adds an extra KES 2200 to the original price of the C1, which still makes it one of the cheapest ways to use an Android phone. The price is lower than what the likes of TECNO and Infinix ask for their budget smartphones the Spark and Hot series.
The display is slightly larger at 5.7″ from 5.4″ and has a better resolution at 720 by 1440 pixels, but other things are the same as the C1. Storage is limited to 16 GB, RAM is the same as the C1 at 1 GB, and customers will interact with Android 9 Pie Go Edition.
Its price is KES 8200.
Here are the rest of the specs:
720 x 1440 pixels, 18:9 ratio (~282 ppi density)
|Operating system||Android 9 Pie Go Edition|
|Chipset and CPU||Unisoc (28nm)
Quad-core 1.4 GHz
|Main camera||5 MP with LED flash|
|Secondary camera||5 MP with LED flash|