Decidedly entry-level and extremely budget-friendly, the Nokia C2 2nd Edition, the Nokia C21, and Nokia C21 Plus top off at just around $132.
The most expensive model, the Nokia C21 Plus pictured above, costs 119 euros / 120 USD, and comes with a 4000 mAh. There will also be a bigger battery C21 Plus, at 5,050 mAh but we don’t know just how much of an extra spend that will be.
Either way, for that price you get a C21 Plus with a 6.5-inch HD+ and a waterdrop notch. Under the hood, expect an entry level kit: a UNISOC processor with either 32GB or 64 GB of storage, microSD slot, 4G and Bluetooth 4.2, plus a 3.5mm jack.
As for the cameras, on the front you have a 5MP selfie snapper and on the back a 13 MP camera with a 2MP depth sensor.
Priced even lower, at $99, is the Nokia C21, which keeps the 6.5-inch screen and the headphone jack but makes some sacrifices. The Nokia C21 has a 3,000 battery, an 8MP main camera and a 5MP selfie snapper.
And lastly, the cheapest Nokia phone to debut at MWC 2022 – the Nokia C2 2nd edition.
This costs just 79 euros and comes with a smaller, more pocket-friendly 5.7-inch screen. You’ll find a single front and back camera but, notably, the Nokia C2 2nd Edition has a metal chassis for added durability.
All three new phones come with Android 11 Go Edition and will have 2 years of security updates.