I didn’t want to write this article but this is my job, so what can I say. Nokia C30 is launched in India at 10,999 for 3GB of Ram + 32GB storage while 4GB Ram + 64GB storage is priced at Rs 11,999.
Nokia didn’t say which processor they have used on Nokia C20 but as per the recent report, it’s powered by Unisoc SC9864A chipset. So let’s see, is it worth buying Nokia C30 or not?
Yes, Nokia C30 is not worth buying, we have tons of smartphones available at 11k with better specs, so it doesn’t make any sense to waste Rs 10,999 on Nokia C30 just because it has Nokia branding. In short, skip the Nokia C30 and go for any other smartphone.
Coming to cameras, the Nokia C30 comes with a 13MP primary + 2MP depth rear camera along with a 5MP selfie shooter. It’s running on Android 11.
The device has a 6.82-inches HD+ display with 400 nits of pick brightness. There is also a 6,000 mAh battery which only supports 10W charging.
By looking at the specs, it should have launched at around 5k to 6k but as this is Nokia, can’t expect that.
Overall, don’t waste your money on Nokia C30. If your budget is 10k and if you want value for money device then click here to see the best smartphone list.
Nokia C30 Specs
- 6.82-inches HD+ Display
- Unisoc SC9864A chipset
- Android 11 Go Edition
- 13MP+2MP Rear Camera
- 5MP front Camera
- Bluetooth 4.2
- 6,000 mAh Battery
- micro-USB for Charging
- 10W Charging Support