HMD Global introduced the entry-level Nokia C12 in January, followed by the C12 Pro in March. Now the brand has added a new member to the C12 series called Nokia C12 Plus. Basically, this is the base model, but with a larger battery (4,000 mAh instead of 3,000 mAh). Compared to the C12 Pro, on the other hand, there is less RAM and less storage space on board.
The Nokia C12 Pro is available in 2/64GB and 3/64GB configurations. The Nokia C12 Plus, on the other hand, only comes in a single 2/32GB configuration. However, it has a microSD card slot for storage expansion by up to 256 GB. The chipset is not mentioned by name, but according to Nokia’s Indian website it is based on a Unisoc CPU with four cores and a maximum clock frequency of 1.6 GHz. The data points to the same processor as the rest of the C12 models – a Unisoc SC9863A1.
Other highlights of the Nokia C12 Plus include a 6.3-inch HD+ display, an 8-megapixel main camera, a 5-megapixel front camera and the Android 12 Go Edition. The Nokia smartphone also features a 3.5mm headphone jack and a microUSB port.
It is not yet known when the Nokia C12 Plus will be available. It’s said to cost INR 7,999 ($100/€90) in India, though the C12 Pro with more RAM (3GB) and more storage (64GB) is only INR 7,499 ($90/€85) in the Asian country . Hopefully more details will come to light when HMD reveals global availability.