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Nokia C12, an entry-level phone from the brand gets a price cut

Nokia phone maker HMD Global has recently announced a 13-percent price cut on the brand’s newly-released smartphone, the Nokia C12 — from PHP 4,590 to PHP 3,990 (~roughly US $70). The entry-level handset from Nokia features a 6.3-inch HD+ display, with an SC9863A1 chip, Android 12 Go, and 5GB RAM in total (3GB + 2GB virtual).

The Nokia C12 is the newest budget phone from Nokia.

Image: Nokia Mobile Philippines

For the uninformed, the Nokia C12 is the latest installment from the brand. As described above, the phone sports a compact 6.3-inch display in an HD+ resolution. It has a dewdrop notch on top that houses the 5MP selfie camera and has an 8MP main camera on the back.

The UNISOC SC9863A1 processor powers the device inside, paired with 3GB of RAM (+2GB virtual) and 64GB of internal storage, two years of security patches, and a 3,000mAh battery. Other than that, the phone also has a microSD slot of up to 256GB, and runs Android 12 (Go Edition).

The Nokia C12 is now available on the brand’s official e-commerce channels nationwide through Lazada, Shopee, and Zalora.

Source: Nokia Mobile on Facebook, Via: YugaTech