Nokia C21 now available for purchase in Kenya for Ksh.12,500

HMD Global has today announced the addition of its newest member the C-series family – Nokia C21 in Kenya. 

Coming at a RRP of Ksh 12,500, HMD Global says the C21 brings upgraded photography, better privacy, and improved speed for an extra smooth experience. 

 “The C-series is all about making smartphones accessible to everyone – we bring maximum quality to affordable price bands. So whether you’re looking for a great value daily driver, your very first smartphone, or a step up from a feature phone, the easy-to-use Nokia C21 will be the perfect partner you can trust. The new Nokia C21 gives our fans a smartphone that is safe, reliable and durable, at a great value.” Florian Seiche, CEO at HMD Global says. 

Nokia C21 specs and availability

Nokia C21 runs on Android 11 (Go edition) and features a 6.517-inch HD+ display. Under the hood, we are getting an octa-core Unisoc SC9863A SoC, along with some 2GB and 3GB RAM options with 32GB of onboard storage.

The phone comes with an 8-megapixel rear camera sensor and a 5-megapixel selfie camera sensor at the front, with an LED flash.

The phone also features a fingerprint sensor at the back and an AI-powered ​face unlock for extra security and convenience. It packs a 3,000mAh battery.

Two years of regular security updates come as standard for C-series, so HMD Global says you can rest assured the Nokia C21 works hard in the background to keep everything on your phone safe, so you can go about your day worry-free.

Nokia C21 is available in Kenya starting today in Dark Blue and Warm Grey colour options and comes in 2/32 GB variant

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