HMD Global has today announced the the availability of their latest device in the C-Series, the Nokia C21, to the Kenyan market. The device will retail at KES 12,500 and brings what Nokia calls excellent build quality, signature security promises and all-day battery life.
The company is also promising upgraded photography, better privacy and improved speeds – for an extra smooth experience.
The Nokia C21 is available in two colours: Dark Blue and Warm Grey. It is made from what HMD calls a sturdy polycarbonate finish. The body is supported by a metal chassis on the inside and toughened cover glass on the outside.
HMD says the phone’s improved 8MP camera, comes with Auto Focus, allowing you to captured cherished moments with loved ones in more detail while navigating a world of QR codes with ease.
The front camera is 5MP.
The device features a 6.52-inch display with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. It runs Android 11 (Go Edition) and is powered by a Unisoc SC9863A. It comes with 2GB RAM, and 32GB eMMC storage.
The battery is 3000mAh, and you charge it up via microUSB at 5W maximum speeds. There’s a rear fingerprint scanner.
What they said:
Florian Seiche, CEO at HMD Global: “The C-series is all about making smartphones accessible to everyone – we bring maximum quality to affordable price bands. So whether you’re looking for a great value daily driver, your very first smartphone, or a step up from a feature phone, the easy-to-use Nokia C21 will be the perfect partner you can trust. The new Nokia C21 gives our fans a smartphone that is safe, reliable and durable, at a great value.”