We are not sure whether you noticed it but many Android manufacturers out there love to equip their budget-oriented devices with a large battery. The new Nokia C30 from HMD Global which was unveiled alongside the Nokia XR20 rugged phone is one of the latest examples in the market.
According to the company, the 6000mAh battery within the C30 is the largest battery capacity that it has equipped into any Nokia smartphone. HMD Global also claimed that the battery enables the phone to operate for up to three days on a single charge, which is an interesting claim but not exactly surprising.
After all, the C30 is an Android 11 Go Edition phone that is powered by a 1.6GHz Unisoc SC9863A octa-core processor and is available with up to 3GB of RAM as well as 64GB internal storage. Even though the phone has the largest display in Nokia’s family at 6.82-inch, its resolution is still limited to just HD+.
Located next to a fingerprint sensor, HMD Global has also equipped a 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor on the back of C30 while there is also a 5MP selfie camera. While it is able to support chargers with a power rating of up to 10W, the phone features a micro-USB port instead of a USB-C.
In terms of pricing, the C30 starts at EUR99 (~RM 496) in Europe although HMD Global has yet to provide any details regarding the phone’s availability in Malaysia.
(Source: Nokia Mobile.)