Nokia is known for making some of the cheapest cellphones available worldwide. These choices include C21 and C31. The entry-level daily driver, the C31, was launched in Pakistan today as expected. The C21 had already arrived in October. The Nokia C21 retails in Pakistan for 19,500, while the C31 is similarly affordable.
Even though it doesn’t provide the best value for the money, the Nokia C31’s price is reasonable, especially when compared to competing brands. Information on prices will be covered shortly. Let’s examine its main statistics and screen specifications.
The U-shaped notch and 6.75-inch screen of the C31 set it apart from other smartphones. The common panel protects the visor. The phone’s display has an IPS resolution of 1600 x 720 and a refresh rate of 60Hz, which is typical for phones in this price range. Asymmetrical, substantial bars with a screen-to-body ratio of 83.4% encircle the screen.
On the back of the new Nokia C31, there is a circular cutout where the fingerprint reader is located. On the back of the device, a platform with three cameras—a 13MP primary shooting sensor, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro sensor—is housed. For selfies, the new Nokia phone has a 5MP front-facing camera. Its skin brushes away finger smudges.
The PowerVR GE8322 GPU, UNISOC SC9863A1 processor, and 512GB of expandable storage are features of the Nokia C31. Generally speaking, there are two memory configurations available for this device: 4+64GB and 4+128GB. The Pakistani model is limited to 4+64GB of storage. Starting with Android 12.0 Stock OS.
The phone has a biometric on the back and the capacity to save facial maps for speedy unlocking. The phone’s clever algorithm allows users to unlock it even when they are wearing face accessories like masks and glasses. Underneath its exterior is a 5050mAh battery connected to a 10W charging kit. About 28,000 PKR is the phone’s official sale price.