HMD Global has already announced a launch event on April 8. Here, the company is expected to several smartphones like the Nokia G10, G20, X10, X20. Now, a report by nokiapoweruser.com says that the Nokia C20 might join the list of devices for the day.
Given Nokia’s recent change of naming conventions like the G-series, it is possible that the Nokia C20 might either replace the Nokia 1.xx lineup or be the successor of the C-series of devices from 2020.
Mind you, we have a device named Nokia C1 Plus from Dec. 2020 with 2GB RAM and Nokia C3 from August 2020 with a 3GB RAM variant so it’s really unclear what Nokia C20 is going to succeed at this point.
Anyway, the Nokia C20Android 11 Go edition and the HTML5 test page shows that it’s running Android 11. Lastly, the device is likely to be priced around 89 euros(~$106).
Looking at multiple news about HMD Global lately, I think that they are finally addressing the issue of the confusing naming scheme of their devices. However, naming isn’t everything as the internals and pricing play a major role in the company’s sales charts.
I just hope that HMD Global renovates itself in 2021 and launches phones with good price-to-performance ratios and not end up like last year.
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