HMD Global has launched its new smartphone 'Nokia c12 Pro' in the entry-level segment in the Indian market. The company has given Octacore processor and 2GB virtual RAM and 6.3-inch HD+ display in the phone.
HMD has launched the Nokia C12 Pro in two memory variants. Its 2GB RAM + 64GB storage costs Rs 6,999 and 3GB RAM + 64GB storage costs Rs 7,499. The storage of the phone can be increased up to 1TB with a micro SD card.
Buyers can buy the phone from leading e-commerce site, nokia.com and retail stores. The Nokia C12 Pro is available in Light Mint, Charcoal and Dark Cyan color options.
The Nokia C12 Pro smartphone is equipped with 2GB Virtual RAM technology. Due to this, in the performance of the phone, the power of RAM of the base variant can be increased to 4GB and the power of RAM of the bigger variant can be increased to 5GB.
The phone works on the Android 12 Go Edition operating system, which reduces the consumption of phone memory, internet data and battery.
Nokia C12 Pro has a 6.3-inch HD + Waterdrop Notch display. The three sides of the screen are bezel-less and there is a wide chin part at the bottom.
For photography, 8MP camera sensor has been given on its rear panel. At the same time, a 5MP camera is available for selfie and video calling. Night and portrait modes have been given in the phone.
The company has changed its logo after 60 years. While the old logo was made of dark blue colour, the new logo features blue as well as white text. In this, all the letters of the word 'Nokia' have been used in a new shape. Some part of everyone is cut in this. These logos will be launched with the upcoming phones in 2024.