HMD Global is keeping its back-to-back smartphone release streak in the Kenyan market going by availing its latest budget smartphone, the Nokia C30, in the local market.
The device, which was announced about 2 months ago, is the latest in a growing number of Nokia smartphones, widening the available portfolio of devices from the Finnish brand to Kenyans.
The Nokia C30 is the bigger sibling of the Nokia C10 that went on sale in Kenya about 2 months ago.
It features a bigger display (6.8 inches), a better chipset (still from the brand formerly known as Spreadtrum) and double the battery capacity (6,000mAh)!
HMD Global claims that the battery can last for at least 3 days. Obviously, this will change depending on one’s usage patterns but, for average users, that is what they can expect.
The Nokia C30 comes with a security update promise. Updated quarterly for two years, you can trust that your best work will always be protected.
A dual 13-megapixel sensor (“highest resolution on a C-series device yet”) rounds up the plate of notable upgrades over the C10, which should be more accessible with its sub-Kshs 9,000 starting price.
Pricing for the Nokia C30, which HMD Global calls “the flagship of the C series”, starts at just under Kshs 15,000.
The device comes in green and white colours and 32 + 2 GB and 64 + 3 GB onboard storage and memory configurations.