Many people are not aware that there is now a Nokia C2 smartphone on the Kenyan markets. Only legends understand what it meant to have a Nokia C2 in those earlier days. Anybody who owned such a phone was more famous in the village than the area Assistant Chief.
Nokia C2, the 4G successor to the 3G Nokia C1, was released in a very hush-hush manner this year in March. It was revealed just four days before the March 19 mega event, which Nokia Mobile had reserved for its other phones.
Here are the specs:
Colors: Black, Cyan
Size: 154.8 x 75.59 x 8.85 mm
OS: Android 9 Pie (Go Edition)
RAM: 1 GB
Memory: 16GB + up to 64GB MicroSD
Processor: Quad Core 1.4 GHz processor (Unisoc)
Display: 5.7 HD+, IPS
Rear Camera: 5 MP f/2.2 autofocus
Rear flash: LED
Front Camera: 5 MP
Battery: 2800 mAh, Removable
Connectivity: Micro USB, 3.5 mm jack, GSM/4G, WiFi b/g/n, BT 4.2, GPS
Sensors: Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer (G-sensor)
Extra: Google Assistant Key; Nano SIM (Single, Dual), 5V/1A charger, FM Radio, 1 microphone
Nokia C2 is available in both the colors, Black and Cyan. The device costs 8199 shillings which comes with a free phone cover, and is available in both Safaricom stores and open retail stores nationwide.
Surprisingly, right now, the Cyan color (Single SIM) on the Masoko store is available for only 7699 shillings), check the deal here.