After announcing the arrival on the market of two new mobile phones, the Nokia G60 5G and the Nokia X30 5G, the company HMD Global also communicated on another mobile, the Nokia C31 which has the particularity of wanting to offer a very large autonomy, up to 3 days, if we are to believe the brand. This is an entry-level model, here are all the details.
The latest C-series smartphone, the Nokia C31 is a mobile that has a plastic shell with a fingerprint reader installed on the back. It is available in three colors: green, cyan and brown / charcoal with a block of optics installed in the upper left corner, rather discreet. It is equipped with a battery that should allow it to operate for three days if we are to believe the brand. She has one 5050mAh capacity. It can charge at a power of 10 watts which is not much and therefore takes time.
A very large LCD screen and multiple RAM and storage configurations
the mobile remains quite thin for an entry-level model with a thickness of 8.6 mm for a weight of 200 grams. It is equipped with a LCD screen with an IPS panel displaying a definition of 720×1600 pixels on 6.75 inches which is very big. It is led by a Unisoc SC9863A processor with 3 GB or 4 GB of RAM and 32, 64 or 128 GB storage capacity, depending on the chosen configuration. It supports memory cards in order to be able to record more data. For photos, it is equipped with a 13-megapixel main sensor capable of taking care of shots in ultra-wide-angle mode and two 2-megapixel sensors each, one of which is in charge of macro-type photos and the other manages the depths of field in order to optimize portraits. At the front, at the notch, there is a 5-megapixel front sensor for taking selfies. the mobile is capable of filming with Full HD definition at 30 frames per second.
The mobile can support two 4G SIM cards. He is Wi-Fi n, Bluetooth 4.2 and does not include an NFC module making it unsuitable for contactless payments, for example. The technical sheet mentions the presence of a micro USB port to recharge or synchronize it, which is a shame because almost all smartphones now use a USB-C port, but we can also understand that users of this type of mobile have not yet switched to this connector. There is an audio jack port for connecting headphones. Finally, note the resistance to splashes, offered by the Nokia C31.
the new Nokia C31 smartphone is available from 130 € for the 3+32 GB configuration.