Nokia earlier this year changed its smartphones naming convention. They unveiled six new smartphones with new names in early April this year. The phones include the Nokia X10, X20, G10, G20, C10, and the C20. Now a new report shows that Nokia is about to bring another smartphone in the “C” series lineup.
The report shows that Nokia will launch the Nokia C20 Plus and the C30 smartphone very soon. One of their major selling points should be battery capacity. It is revealed that Nokia C20 Plus will sport a 5000mAh battery capacity, which is a huge leap considering that the C20 comes with just a 3000mAh battery capacity.
Nokia C30 on the other hand is said to sport a gigantic 6000mAh battery capacity, making it the Nokia phone with the highest battery capacity ever. The images of the smartphone were also seen. The Nokia C30 appears to be taller than the C20 Plus. This shows that the C30 will have a bigger display.
They both have the same circular camera module which houses what looks like dual camera sensors. There is a single led flash on the left side of each device. Nokia is also keeping the 3.5mm head jack, you can see it at the top of the smartphones. There is also rear-facing speakers and the power and volume buttons at the right.
This image also shows that Nokia C20 Plus won’t have a fingerprint sensor. While the Nokia C30 will have it on the rear. The source reports that one of the two phones will be launched in China but we don’t know which one it will be. There is also no info on when they are expected to launch.