HMD Global announces the Nokia C31 is now available through Optus Pre-Paid

HMD Global announces the Nokia C31 is now available through Optus Pre-Paid

HMD Global, the organization at the rear of the Nokia smartphones and tablets has now announced that its latest spending budget smartphone, the Nokia C31, is accessible through Optus Pre-Paid.

This also marks a milestone for HMD Global, with the business stating that this featuring now implies Nokia devices are out there throughout all 3 major cell phone carriers in Australia – Telstra, Optus and Vodafone. Demonstrating the brand’s commitment to make reputable and very affordable telephones more obtainable to Australians.

Brenden Folitarik, ANZ Region Manager, HMD World has said that:

“Following the profitable launch of our most sustainable telephone to day, the Nokia X30 5G, we are pleased to proceed our advancement trajectory by launching the Nokia C31 in Optus stores in the course of Australia. For the to start with time since 2017, Nokia telephones will when once more be ranged across the 3 key telephone carriers in Australia – an amazing milestone for the organization. Aussies will now be equipped to access our phones much more conveniently, permitting them to like, trust and retain their phone nowadays and for many years to arrive.”

So what does the Nokia C31 supply? Let’s have a search shall we.

The Nokia C31 comes with a 6.75-inch IPS Lcd screen (720 x 1600 @ 261pp) that is run by an octa-main Unisoc SC9863A (4×1.6 GHz Cortex-A55 & 4×1.2 GHz Cortex-A55), 32GB RAM of which there is 20GB available for the user, 32GB of onboard storage which can be expanded to 256GB by using MicroSD card.

In terms of cameras, the Nokia C31 comes with a triple rear set up created up of 13MP key large lens, 2MP depth sensor and 2MP macro sensor lens. The front struggling with which is situated in a modest tear drop in the entrance display is a 5MP lens.

In conditions of Android, the Nokia C31 operates Android 12 right out of the box. 3.5mm audio jack, 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz and WiFi Hotspot, Bluetooth edition 4.2 LE and 5050mAh (non detachable) battery.

HMD World has produced two puzzling possibilities with the Nokia C31, even so. To start with, there are no NFC capabilities. Granted, this is a (comparatively) spending plan handset but NFC is a in the vicinity of-ubiquitous feature these times and leaving it out appears quite inexplicable. The 2nd selection was to use a Micro USB charging slot and cable. When USB-C is the close to universal decision, the use of some option – and dated – regular is specifically odd. Definitely we’re past the stage where by it really costs any much more to use USB-C rather of more mature standards… but possibly not.

The Nokia C31 is obtainable via the Optus Pre-Paid out website and via your neighborhood Optus Of course Keep for $229.