HMD Global has announced the addition of the Nokia C21 Plus to the C-series family in Kenya. The new device is available in Warm Grey and will cost KES 15,499 for 2GB RAM and 64GB storage. It features a 6.5-inch HD+ display, a 13MP dual camera with HDR technology, Portrait, Panorama and Beautification modes.
It is powered by the Unisoc SC9863A processor, and runs Android 11 Go Edition. It comes with a 5050mAh non-removable battery which the company says will get you two to three days of use.
HMD says the phone’s body is supported by an inner metal chassis and toughened cover glass – IP52-rated for extra protection from dirt, dust and water droplets, so your daily adventures are not interrupted.
Being part of the C-series family, the Nokia C21 Plus will have two years of quarterly security updates as standard. For added privacy and convenience, there’s a fingerprint scanner and the option for face unlock.
Florian Seiche, CEO at HMD Global: “The C-series is all about introducing consumers to quality smartphones. Nokia C21 Plus has been designed to address consumers’ top pain points in the affordable price tier; battery life, storage capacity of the phone and camera quality.