Nokia C12 low-cost Android phone has been launched in India


The Nokia C12 is the latest HMD Global phone to arrive in India with an attractive price tag of under Rs 6,000. The Nokia C12 comes with modest specifications, such as an HD+ display, 2GB of additional RAM, and a long-lasting battery. This is an entry-level phone, so you can’t expect it to run high-end games or offer you class-leading cameras, but it should be good enough for those who want basic features.

Sanmeet Kochhar said, “The Nokia C12 further delivers on the promise of a Nokia smartphone – an ad-free Android experience, longer battery life, European design, twice as safe and secure, and of course extra peace of mind for up to a year Replacement Guarantee.” HMD Global’s Vice President for India and MENA.

Nokia C12 price in India

The Nokia C12 is priced at Rs 5,999 under the limited period launch offer. The first sale begins on March 17 on the Amazon India website. The phone comes in Dark Cyan, Charcoal and Light Mint color options.

nokia c12 specifications

The Nokia C12 could be a great phone for your grandparents – even parents as it offers basic functionalities without requiring a lot of power. Powering the Nokia C12 is an octa-core Unisoc 9863A1 processor paired with 2GB of RAM. However, you have the option of expanding the RAM space up to 2GB. The phone packs 64GB of internal storage, but you can expand it via a microSD card.

The Nokia C12 flaunts a 6.3-inch HD+ LCD with a waterdrop-style notch. The phone runs Android 12 (Go edition) software, which is essentially a trimmed-down version of Android 12. This OS has all the Google apps but without some of the advanced functionalities. Nokia C12 has 8 megapixel rear camera and 5 megapixel front camera. The Nokia C12 houses a 3000mAh battery that does not support fast charging. HMD Global promises at least two years of regular security updates on this phone, but there’s no word on whether there will be an Android upgrade.

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