Nokia has conducted a new budget phone debut via Cricket Wireless in the US. The C5 Endi is powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 SoC, has 3GB of RAM and triple rear cameras. It is joined by new SKUs of the C2, which have dual rear cameras this time.
The HMD Global brand Nokia has launched new, affordable smartphones in the US. The more premium of these is called the C5 Endi, so as to differentiate it from a 2010 button phone of a very similar name. It boasts triple 13+5+2MP rear cameras in a distinctive wheel-like housing, which are described as enhanced with AI features.
The new C5 Endi has a 6.5-inch display with a HD+ resolution. It is driven by the Helio P22 processor, which is paired to 3GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC 5.1 memory. It has a 4000mAh battery, whereas the new Nokia C2s have 3000mAh power-packs.
They have 5.45-inch HD+ screens, 2GB of RAM, 32-64GB of internal storage and the Helio A22 SoC. However, they both run Android 10, as does the C5 Endi. All 3 also have polymer rear panels with the brand’s “signature Finnish design”.
Nokia characterizes the refreshed C2s as 2 different variants called Tava and Tennen; however, they only differ in terms of their colorways: they come in Tempered Blue and Steel respectively. The C2 Tava is priced at US$109.99, whereas the C2 Tennen is $69.99.
The C5 Endi, on the other hand, is priced at US$169.99. It will be available through Cricket Wireless online or in stores from June 5, 2020, whereas the C2s Tava and Tennen will be in the same from now and June 15 of this year respectively.