Nokia recently officially launched two entry-level 4G phones, the C300 and C110, in the US market. The C300 is priced at $139.99, but the price of the C110 has not been announced.
Both phones feature HD+ resolution screens, a 13-megapixel main camera, 3GB of RAM, run Android 12, and have an IP52 water resistance rating.
The Nokia C300 phone supports 4G functions, is IP52 dustproof and waterproof, has a built-in 4000mAh battery, and lasts for a whole day; the system is pre-installed with Android 12, and the internal storage is only 32 GB, which supports expansion through microSD cards.
In terms of cameras, the Nokia C300 features an 8MP front-facing camera for selfies or video chats; and a rear 13MP main camera, 2MP macro camera, and 2MP depth-of-field camera.
The Nokia C300 has a body size of 2.99 inches (about 75.95 mm) x 6.7 inches (about 170.18 mm) x 0.37 inches (about 9.4 mm).
Nokia C110 is also a 4G phone, with IP52 dustproof and waterproof, built-in 3000mAh battery, and the battery life can basically last a whole day; the system is pre-installed to run Android 12, supports 32 GB storage, and can be expanded by microSD card; it uses 13MP main camera and 5MP Front camera.
The dimensions of the Nokia C110 body are 2.91 inches (approximately 73.91 mm) x 6.33 inches (approximately 160.78 mm) x 0.36 inches (approximately 9.14 mm).