Nokia C30 will have a 6,000mAh battery, According to the FCC listing

When both smartphones appeared on a Chinese website, we discovered some Nokia C30 specifications. Nokia appears to want to bring the smartphone to the United States as well. The Nokia C30 has received FCC certification, according to Gizmochina. The FCC listing for the Nokia C30 is riddled with jargon that reveals very little about the phone’s specifications. It does, however, confirm the capacity of the battery and the codename (TA-1357). The Nokia C30 has a 5,850mAh battery, which should be sufficient for a budget smartphone. Surprisingly, 5GHz Wi-Fi isn’t supported for some reason, which is strange considering how common it is in today’s budget smartphones.

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So far, all we know about the Nokia C30 is that it comes with two rear cameras and a capacitive fingerprint sensor. A 13MP primary sensor and a 2MP macro/depth/monochrome sensor are most likely. At this time, it’s difficult to say what chipset the Nokia C30 will use. At best, we’ll get a Snapdragon 4xx or a MediaTek device with similar specs. Nonetheless, we can reasonably expect it to be power-efficient, so the 6,000mAh battery should last a long time.

The Nokia C30 and C20 Plus should be official soon, based on their recent appearances on multiple certification websites. Both phones are expected to be released in markets such as China and the United States. It’s difficult to say whether either device will make it to India, as they would struggle to compete against Xiaomi and Realme’s low-cost offerings.

Source: Gizmochina

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