We found earlier this month that Nokia was planning to launch two new smartphones, the Nokia C30 and Nokia C20 Plus. The latter has now proven up on Geekbench (through MySmartPrice) operating a UNISOC chipset, just like the one we’ve seen within the Nokia C20. Its single-core rating of 126 and multi-score of 476 paint a grim image of its efficiency. Then once more, UNISOC chipsets have been by no means revered as champions, to start with. The Nokia C20 Plus Geekbench itemizing additionally tells us that the smartphone will ship with 3GB of RAM and run Android 11 out of the field.
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Some digging reveals that the chipset in query is a UNISOC SC9863A. It was launched in 2019 and packs 4 ARM Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.6GHz and 4 at 1.2GHz. The chip is predicated on a 28nm course of node and has been featured in a number of low-profile gadgets from iTel, Lava, Gionee, Dogee, Panasonic, Lenovo, and even HTC. We will’t fairly work out why the Nokia C20 Plus runs this considerably antiquated chipset when there are clearly higher alternate options from Qualcomm and MediaTek.
We already know that the Nokia C20 Plus will ship with two rear digital camera modules, a 100% enhance in comparison with the Nokia C20. Sadly, the cellphone gained’t ship with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. That characteristic appears to be reserved for the Nokia C30. There may be, nevertheless, a silver lining to the Nokia C20 Plus, although. It’s tipped to encompasses a 5,000mAh battery. That, mixed with its comparatively low-power SoC ought to enable for stellar battery life, though many would sacrifice that for some extra efficiency.
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