Nokia C12 Plus released with 6.3-inch screen and 4,000mAh battery

Looks like Nokia isn’t done with releasing numerous budget phones with their own logo attached to it, same as the case with the Nokia C12 Plus

The entry-level Nokia C12 was unveiled by HMD Global in January, and a Pro model followed in March. The Nokia C12 Plus has now been added by the company to the C12 family of devices.

With a battery capacity of 4,000 mAh as opposed to 3,000 mAh, the Nokia C12 Pro is essentially the standard C12, while the C12 Plus is the C12 Pro with a different memory setup. And that means less storage and RAM instead.

The Nokia C12 Plus is only available in a single 2GB/32GB configuration, in contrast to the Nokia C12 Pro’s 2GB/64GB and 3GB/64GB configurations. It does, however, have a microSD card slot for up to 256GB of storage expansion.

The Nokia C12 Plus is described as having an unnamed Unisoc octa-core CPU, with four cores having a maximum clock frequency of 1.6Hz, on Nokia’s Indian website. This suggests that the Nokia C12 Plus uses the same SC9863A1 chip as the standard and Pro models.

We don’t know when the Nokia C12 Plus will go on sale, but we do know that it costs INR7,999 ($100 / ₱5,457) in India, which is odd because the Nokia C12 Pro with more RAM (3GB) and storage (64GB) costs INR7,499 ($90 / ₱4,911) in the Asian country. Other highlights of the Nokia C12 Plus include a 6.3″ HD+ screen, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, and Android 12 (Go Edition).

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