The Nokia C32 is the first phone in the C-series to have a 50MP camera, and it is also constructed to a high standard for the class with glass on the front and rear. The C32 and C22 have an IP52 rating for defence against dust and water spray.
The Nokia C32 and C22 both have a 6.5-inch HD+ Screen with slightly curved 2.5D glass on the front. The 5,000mAh battery with 10W charging and the promise of up to three days of stamina is another similarity. According to Nokia, AI-powered energy-saving management increases battery life.
Aside from a 2MP dedicated macro camera and a 50MP main camera with Night Mode, Portrait Mode, and Auto HDR, the Nokia C32 also has a side-mounted fingerprint reader. A front-facing 8MP selfie camera enables face unlock even when wearing a mask.
A Unisoc SC9863A SoC with 3GB or 4GB of Memory and 64GB or 128GB of storage powers the Nokia C32. MicroSD cards can be used to extend the latter device.
The Nokia C32 runs Android 13 and will receive quarterly security updates for two years from Nokia.
Beginning today, customers can purchase the Nokia C32 in Charcoal, Autumn Green, and Beach Pink. The cost begins at €129.
Now let’s talk about the Nokia C22. There is a built-in fingerprint reader, and the rear panel is upgraded to plastic.
While the front and back cameras both have the same 8MP selfie camera that can perform face unlocking even with a mask on, the backside has a 13MP main camera and a 2MP macro sensor.
64GB of storage and 2GB or 3GB of Memory are included with the Nokia C22. You can do that by inserting a microSD card.