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Veteran mobile manufacturing company Nokia has launched yet another entry-level budget smartphone Nokia C3 in Nepal. Nokia C3 is the successor of Nokia C2 and Nokia C1. The company is promoting it with “Work. Play. Your way” phrase. The way Nokia does things with its feature phones such as 125 & 150 to budget phone feels awesome in a different way. Considering everything, Nokia C3 might be the unsung hero of the entry-level budget smartphone segment. Find the price, specs, features of Nokia C3 in Nepal along with the verdict below.
Nokia C3 flaunts a 5.99-inch HD+ IPS LCD display with an resolution of 720x1440p. The device has an 18:9 screen-to-body ratio. More screen means more clarity doe work and play. And the brightness of the display is very high which shines even in daylight. The display has Glass protection which helps in avoiding scratches and dents.
The bezel around the device is quite thick but considering the price, it’s all fine. On the bottom chin, we can see the company logo, and the top chin we can see a speaker grill that is used while on Call. Volume rockers and a dedicated Power button are placed at the right edge. A dedicated Google Assistant button is also featured on the left edge.
MicroUSB 2.0 port, 3.5mm headphone jack is placed at the bottom edge. On the rear we have a Single sensor camera setup with an LED flash and below it is the Fingerprint mount. Having a USB Type-C port would have been better rather than MicroUSB 2.0 port. But for a entry-level budget phone, we should consider the fact.
Nokia C3 features a single rear camera setup of an 8MP sensor. It is accompanied by a LED flash. With this setup, you can capture high-quality HDR photos and Full HD videos. You can make memories that matter to you. This setup can record 1080p videos at 30fps.
On the front side, Nokia is fitted at a 5MP sensor for shooting selfies. This sensor can snap good shots and get the job done well. Furthermore, you make record videos at 720p at 30fps. So, this should be enough.
The device packs 28nm Unisoc SC9863A chipset, IMG8322 GPU, 2GB RAM, and Octa-core CPU to deliver smooth performance. Looking at the hardware setup, this device surely is capable of handling medium workloads smoothly. Even switching simultaneously from one heavy social media app to another should not be a problem here. Google Assistant is there to help you further to complete your task with ease.
On the software part, we have Android 10 out of the box. We all know Nokia never uses a custom skin or UI which enables stock Android experience. This is a great plus point on Nokia devices. For storage, Nokia has offered 16GB space with support to expansion via MicroSDXC slot. Keeping large size files should never be a problem.
Nokia C3 packs a 3040mAh battery. The company claims that this battery can provide sufficient juice for the device all day long. They say this has been possible because of their clever adaptive battery technology. The battery backup is all you need in an entry-level budget smartphone.
Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, MicroUSB 2.0, FM radio are all there for connectivity. You also get sensors like the Fingerprint sensor, Accelerometer sensor, and Proximity sensor.
Nokia C3 Price in Nepal is set at Rs. 12,499 for 2GB/16GB variant. This is the only variant that Nokia offers in this device in Nepal and globally. Nokia C3 will surely feature in our list of “Best Mobile Under Rs. 15,000 in Nepal“.
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You are offered two color variants; Nordic Blue and Sad Gold. Both color finishes are pretty impressive and look eye-pleasing. C3 is not currently available on online shopping sites but is on Offical Nokia showrooms and retail stores.
Nokia C3 is a great phone for Rs. 12,499 and competes against the likes of Redmi mobile available in Nepal. Everything about the device for its price feels logical and great. If they had put a USB Type-C port instead of MicroUSB 2.0 than it would have been better. But we should consider the price for this spec.
The display (HD+) is good but the big bezel on the top looks cheap, while the performance is good, the Stock Android experience is great, and Battery can last for all day long. All these things are great to have in an entry-level budget smartphone.
Having discussed the traits, tell us if you are buying the Nokia C3 phone in the comment box below.
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