The Nokia C21 Plus is similar to the Nokia C21 in many ways, except it has a larger memory option, a better camera, and a larger battery.
The Android phone has 4G LTE network support and dual SIM compatibility for quick downloads. Additionally, you get a microUSB connector, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi, and a 3.5mm audio input.
It is the C20 Plus’s immediate replacement. A 13MP dual rear camera, a 6.52-inch screen, and a 5000 mAh battery are all included in the Nokia C21 Plus.
Display and Design
The Nokia C21 Plus has an aluminum frame and front glass cover attached to a plastic back. It is splash-proof. The two rear cameras and LED flash are vertically aligned and are housed under a hump on the back.
The Nokia phone has a 6.52-inch IPS display on the front with a 20:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. The selfie camera is housed under a V-notch.
Resolution and Camera
The dual rear camera on the Nokia C21 Plus is 13 megapixels and 2 megapixels, and it features an LED flash.
The C21 and C20 Plus have been upgraded by this. Along with HDR, Panorama, and Autofocus, the camera delivers.
The C21 and C20 Plus’ front cameras are identical. Additionally, the 5-megapixel camera sports an LED flash. Both cameras are capable of shooting HD video in 720p.
The Nokia C21 Plus has a Unisoc SC9863A (28nm) octa-core processor and runs Android 11 (Go Edition).
The Nokia C20 and C20 Plus, the Nokia C30, the Infinix Smart 6 Plus, and the Galaxy A03 Core all use the same processor.
A 32GB variant with 2GB or 3GB RAM and a 64GB model with 3GB or 4GB RAM are both available. Be aware that not all options will be available in all nations.
There is a dedicated microSD slot available if you want to increase your storage space. A 5000 mAh battery is provided.
The inexpensive Android phone has strong security features. For this smartphone, Nokia has pledged two years of quarterly security upgrades.
Price In Nigeria
Price for the Nokia C21 Plus starts at about $124.99 at reputable internet retailers. In Nigeria, the C21 Plus costs about 113,950 Naira in Nigeria, in Ghana, about 790 GHC, and in Kenya, about 13,600 KES.
In April 2022, the Nokia C21 Plus became a reality after its announcement in February 2022.