Nokia has expanded its affordable C series by adding two new phones—the Nokia C32 and Nokia C22. With the C32, Nokia introduced a 50-megapixel camera to its C-series phones for the first time.
The C32 is built to a high standard, with glass on both the front and back, and is IP52 rated for dust and water spray protection. It is equipped with a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD with slightly curved 2.5D glass. The Nokia C22 also has a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD with the same slightly curved 2.5D glass.
However, unlike the C32, the rear panel of the C22 is made of plastic and has a built-in fingerprint scanner.
Both phones share a 5,000 mAh battery with 10W charging, claiming up to three days of endurance. According to Nokia, the battery life is boosted by AI-powered battery-saving management.
The C22 has a 13MP primary camera and a 2MP macro sensor at the rear, while the front camera has an 8MP selfie camera that can unlock even with a mask on.
The C22 comes in two variants, 2GB and 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, expandable via the microSD slot. It is available in Midnight Black and Sand and starts at around €109.
A budget-friendly choice
The Nokia C32 is on sale today in Charcoal, Autumn Green, and Beach Pink, starting at €129. Both phones come with Android 11 and promise two years of security updates and three years of monthly updates.
The Nokia C22 and C32’s launch follows the recent launch of Nokia’s new X and G series, designed to offer consumers a range of new features at affordable prices.
With the addition of the C22 and C32, Nokia has once again provided its customers with new, high-quality devices at affordable prices, making it an ideal choice for those looking for a reliable, cost-effective smartphone.
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