HMD International, the corporate behind the Nokia smartphones and tablets has as we speak introduced that its latest price range smartphone, the Nokia C31, is obtainable by way of Optus Pre-Paid.
This additionally marks a milestone for HMD International, with the corporate stating that this providing now means Nokia units can be found throughout all three main cellphone carriers in Australia – Telstra, Optus and Vodafone. Demonstrating the model’s dedication to make dependable and inexpensive telephones extra accessible to Australians.
Brenden Folitarik, ANZ Nation Supervisor, HMD International has said that:
“Following the profitable launch of our most sustainable cellphone to this point, the Nokia X30 5G, we’re happy to proceed our progress trajectory by launching the Nokia C31 in Optus shops all through Australia. For the primary time since 2017, Nokia telephones will as soon as once more be ranged throughout the three main cellphone carriers in Australia – an unimaginable milestone for the enterprise. Aussies will now be capable to entry our telephones extra simply, permitting them to like, belief and preserve their cellphone as we speak and for years to come back.”
So what does the Nokia C31 provide? Let’s take a look lets.
The Nokia C31 comes with a 6.75-inch IPS LCD show (720 x 1600 @ 261pp) that’s powered by an octa-core Unisoc SC9863A (4×1.6 GHz Cortex-A55 & 4×1.2 GHz Cortex-A55), 32GB RAM of which there’s 20GB out there for the consumer, 32GB of onboard storage which might be expanded to 256GB by way of MicroSD card.
When it comes to cameras, the Nokia C31 comes with a triple rear arrange made up of 13MP principal vast lens, 2MP depth sensor and 2MP macro sensor lens. The entrance going through which is positioned in a small tear drop within the entrance show is a 5MP lens.
When it comes to Android, the Nokia C31 runs Android 12 proper out of the field. 3.5mm audio jack, 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz and WiFi Hotspot, Bluetooth model 4.2 LE and 5050mAh (non detachable) battery.
HMD International has made two puzzling decisions with the Nokia C31, nonetheless. First, there aren’t any NFC capabilities. Granted, this can be a (comparatively) price range handset however NFC is a near-ubiquitous characteristic nowadays and leaving it out appears pretty inexplicable. The second alternative was to make use of a Micro USB charging slot and cable. When USB-C is the close to common alternative, the usage of some different – and dated – normal is especially bizarre. Certainly we’re previous the purpose the place it really prices any extra to make use of USB-C as a substitute of older requirements… however maybe not.
The Nokia C31 is obtainable by way of the Optus Pre-Paid web site and by way of your native Optus Sure Retailer for $229.