Nokia C20 unpacking video with LKCN capture01. 05. 2021 Saturday / By: Robert Denes / Compare / Exact time: BST / Print this page
Check out this new unpacking video this time made by LKCN on the recently unveiled Nokia C20 low-end smartphone. The video has a couple of interesting things, among other things, inserting the phone battery and SIM, SD cards. It was interesting to see that the battery had to be inserted before the phone was put into operation after removing the back cover.
In recent years, we have become accustomed to the fact that the phone battery is not removable or replaceable. Unfortunately, you also need to snap the back of the device to insert the SIM and SD keys, there is no external tray opening for insertion. I think it is conceivable that Nokia will later introduce several colored, possibly shaped, shaped back covers for the device.
The Nokia C20 has a fairly modern design for an entry level phone. They have a narrow frame display and water drop notch, including the front camera. Unfortunately, you don’t get a fingerprint reader with these tools. The body is made of cheap polycarbonate and there is a circular camera module in the middle of the back. The volume key and the power key are on the right side of the phone. At the top is a 3.5mm audio jack that allows you to connect headphones, while at the bottom is a speaker, microphone and USB charger for USB charging.
The diagonal of the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 is 6.52 inches and shows HD + resolution (720 x 1600 pixels). 20: 9 aspect ratio and IPS LCD panel. The display covers more than 75 percent of the front panel and has a water drop notch on the front camera. The Nokia C20 has two memory options: 1/16 GB and 2/32 GB. If Android 11 Go were not the operating system, these hardware departments would not be sufficient to guarantee proper performance in daily use. But Android 11 Go Edition is an enlightened version of the operating system designed for devices with outdated and low-level hardware classes.Via Link