Nokia is back with another affordable smartphone but it’s not for everyone. The Nokia C20 Plus is powered by Unisoc SC9863A (28nm) processor, HD+ IPS display, and it’s running on Android 11 Go edition.
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Now, before we start the review, let me share with you India the price of the Nokia C20 Plus.
|Device||Nokia C20 Plus India Price|
|2GB Ram + 32GB Storage||Rs 8,999|
|3GB Ram + 32GB Storage||Rs 9,999|
Now let’s start the Nokia C20 Plus Review and see, why you should no waste Rs 8,999?
Is It Worth Buying Nokia C20 Plus
No, Nokia C20 Plus is not worth buying because it has Unisoc SC9863A SoC which is the worst processor to have in Rs 8,999 smartphone while Nokia only offers 2GB ram for the base variant. Overall, it is better to look for other smartphones rather than wasting Rs 8,999 for just stock UI.
Nokia C20 Plus Pros and Cons
|Clean Stock UI||Decent Cameras|
|Long battery life||Decent Chipset|
|No Secondary microphone|
|Android Go Edition|
|2GB Ram for Base Variant|
|OLD waterdrop design|
Nokia C20 Plus Review
I think you already know but still, if you want to buy a smartphone for a long time then it’s better to skip Nokia C20 Plus because it doesn’t offer value at 9k. Also, it’s the Android Go edition, overall, it’s better to save Rs 8,999 and go with Redmi 9 Prime or other smartphones.
The phone comes with a 6.50-inches LCD while it’s powered by Unisoc SC9863A (28nm) processor and it’s running on Android 11 Go Edition.
The Unisoc SC9863A chipset can be compared with Snapdragon 425 SoC which was launched back in 2018. So don’t expect the performance to be the best, the plus point is, it has stock UI and that’s it.
Coming to the camera, it has 8MP primary + 2MP depth while there is a 5MP selfie shooter. Both the camera can shoot videos up to 720p@30fps.
Considering the price tag, there is nothing to talk about. In short, Nokia C20 Plus doesn’t good camera, Nokia should have been gone with a better sensor and 1080p video resolution.
Talking about the battery, the Nokia C20 Pus has a 4,950 mAh battery with 10W wired charging support. As this is an HD+ smartphone, the battery will last for two days but if you use the phone for a long time then, it should last for a day.
There is nothing to talk about audio or mic because it only has a single speaker while there is no secondary noise cancellation microphone for calling.
By the way, the Nokia C20 Plus does have a 3.5mm Audio Jack but for charging it has a micro-USB Port.
Conclusion: Buy or Not?
No, Nokia C20 Plus is not worth buying. That’s it, everything else, I have already told you. So save your money and go with RealMe or Redmi phone because Nokia C20 Plus doesn’t offer anything at Rs 8,999 price tag.
Nokia C20 Plus Specifications
|Specs||Nokia C20 Plus|
|Launch Date||9 August 2021|
|First Sale||9 August 2021, at noon via Flipkart|
|Display||6.50 inches HD+ LCD|
|Resolution||720 x 1600 pixels resolution|
|Dimensions||165.4 x 75.9 x XX.X mm|
|Screen Refresh Rate||60Hz LCD|
|OS||Android 11 (Go edition)|
|Chipset||Unisoc SC9863A (28nm)|
|CPU||Octa-core (4×1.6 GHz Cortex-A55 & |
4×1.2 GHz Cortex-A55)
|Storage||2GB Ram + 32GB Storage|
3GB Ram + 32GB Storage
|Card Slot||Yes, Dedicated|
|Rear Cameras||8 MP Primary Sensor|
2 MP Depth
|Front Camera||5 MP Selfie Shooter|
|Battery||4,950 mAh (non-removable)|
|Charging Speed||10W Wired Fast Charging|
|Colours||Ocean Blue, Graphite black|
|Price||2GB Ram + 32GB Storage: Rs 8,999|
3GB Ram + 32GB Storage Rs 9,999
|In the box||–|