Last year, HMD Global revived the Nokia C-series with the Nokia C1. The C1 is an entry-level device targeted at those just who may be picking up their first smartphone. The Nokia C1 is pretty affordable and one of the ways it is able to keep its price down is due to it not having 4G support. Now, a report has surfaced that a Nokia C2 is coming soon and it will have 4G.
The news was first reported by NokiaPowerUser and they said the phone has model number TA-1204 with dual-SIM support. The phone has been certified in Thailand and Malaysia already and may have been one of the phones HMD Global would have unveiled at its pre-MWC 2020 event before it was canceled.
The Nokia C2 is said to have a UNISOC processor just like its predecessor but may not differ with respect to the rest of the specs and the design. Nevertheless, we expect it to come in new colors. Of course, we also expect it will be a bit more expensive than the C1 due to the addition of 4G support.
HMD Global pulled out of MWC 2020 even before the annual event was canceled and it is yet to announce a new date for its product launch. The event was expected to be for the launch of the Nokia 8.2, the Nokia 4.3, the Nokia 1.3, and a feature phone called the Nokia 400.