HMD Global has unveiled the new Nokia C21 Plus, which it claims maintains the robust build quality and long-lasting battery features that Nokia phones were initially famous for, today.
Priced at Rs 10,299, the C-series smartphone has a slim design. Its body is supported by an internal metal and tempered glass chassis and is IP52 rated.
Available in India from today, Nokia’s C21 Plus comes in two color options – Dark Cyan and Warm Gray – and in 3/32GB and 4/64GB variants, which cost Rs 10,299 and Rs 11,299 respectively.
Offered with a 5050mAh battery, which HMD claims will last up to three days before needing to be charged, the Nokia C21 Plus has a 6.5-inch HD+ screen, 13MP dual camera with HDR technology, Android 11 (Go edition) and also comes with fingerprint and AI face unlock technology.
The smartphone, which will also receive quarterly security updates for two years, will be available on all retail channels and e-commerce sites very soon. In addition, free Nokia Wired Buds are part of the launch offer.