The Nokia C10 and C20 slots between the company’s feature phones and its full Android devices, offering an Android experience for a lower price.
Nokia C10 and C20 share a 6.52-inch IPS LCD panel with 720p+ resolution. The Nokia C10 panel is protected with Panda Glass and up to 400 nits of brightness.
Both have a single 5MP camera on the back and one 5MP module on the front. However, C20 has HDR processing because of the better chipset.
The Nokia C20 is powered by the Unisoc SC9863a, while the C10 has the Unisoc SC7331e chipset. This is coupled with 1/2GB RAM and 16/32GB storage expandable via microSD slots.
The C10 and C20 feature 3000mAh batteries that charge via microUSB. The Nokia C20 has 4G connectivity, while the Nokia C10 drops this to 3G connectivity. HMD promises two years of quarterly updates for the C-series duo.
The Nokia C10 arrives in June for EUR 75, while the Nokia C20 will be available later this month and is priced at EUR 90.