HMD Global has just announced the Nokia C30, 6310, and three new true-wireless earbuds alongside the Nokia XR20.
The Nokia C30 is the latest member of the company’s entry-level series, while the Nokia 6310 is a reinterpretation of a classic Nokia device.
The three TWS earbuds are namely the Nokia Clarity Earbuds Pro, Nokia Comfort Earbuds, and Nokia GO Earbuds+.
The Nokia C30 has a massive 6.82-inch device with a waterdrop notch for its 5MP front snapper. Around the back, it features a 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor in a circular camera module. Right below the module is the phone’s fingerprint scanner and to the left of the module is its LED flash.
The new C-series device is powered by a Unisoc SC9863A chipset coupled with 2/3GB RAM and 32/64GB of storage. It also boasts a pretty sizeable 6000mAh battery with support for 10W fast charging via a microUSB port.
It runs on Android 11 Go Edition out of the box. Other features include a 3.5mm headphone jack and 4G support. The company has also committed two years of security updates but no mention of how many years of Android updates though.
The Nokia C30 is available starting at EUR 99 and comes with three memory combinations – 2/32GB, 3/32GB, and 3/64GB.
Meanwhile, the Nokia 6310 modernizes the design of the original device. It has a 2.8-inch curved panel with QVGA resolution.
Under the hood, it has a Unisoc 6531F chipset. It features a 1150mAh battery which is said to offer ‘weeks’ of use that charges via a microUSB port. Additionally, it has FM wireless radio, 2G support, internet connectivity, Snake, and Torch.
The Nokia 6310 is priced at EUR 40.
The Nokia Clarity Earbuds Pro has 10mm drivers in each earbud and features active noise cancellation. Moreover, it supports aptX support and IPX5 water resistance.
It is said to offer up to 27 hours of playback with the case and a 60ms low-latency gaming mode. It will be available in Europe, the US, and the Middle East for USD 99.
The Nokia Comfort Earbuds, on the other hand, have an ‘ergonomic’ fit and a compact design. It has an IPX5 water resistance rating, Bluetooth 5.1, touch control, and a master/slave auto-switch.
The Comfort Earbuds are said to have a 29-hour total playtime with the case. It will be available globally for USD 49.
Lastly, the Nokia Go Earbuds+ connects via Bluetooth 5.0 and features an IPX4 rating. Additionally, it has 26 hours of playtime with the case, touch control, and a master/slave auto-switch.
The Go Earbuds+ will be launched in August for USD 29 in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East.