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Nokia C10 Vs Nokia C2 Spec comparison.

 

Nokia C10 Vs Nokia C2
Nokia have just launched the latest of their C series Smartphones; the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20.

Already there are a number of Nokia C phones in the market including the Nokia C1, Nokia C2, Nokia C1 Plus and Nokia C3.

Of our interest in this article are the Nokia C2 announced March last year and the Nokia C10 announced yesterday, and we're going to compare the two phones spec by spec to see the similarities and differences between the two phones, and if the C10 is a true and worthy upgrade of the C2.

SpecsNokia C10Nokia C2.
Network Type2G, 3G.2G, 3G, 4G LTE.
Display TypeIPS LCDIPS LCD
Screen Size6.5# inch, 400 nits.5.7 inch.
Display resolution720 x 1600 pixels720 x 1440 pixels
ProcessorUnisoc SC7331E.Unisoc (28nm)
Memory1+16, 2+16, 2+32 GB1+16 GB.
CamerasSingle 5MPSingle 5MP
Selfie camera5MP5MP
Battery
3,000 mAh.

2,800 mAh.
Fingerprint sensorNonNon
Price(Approximate).
Ksh. 9,999.

 Ksh. 8,999.

Design.

While the Nokia C2 had a more classical look that immediately confirms that this is an entry-level Android phone, the C10 on it's part looks trendy and closely resembles other Nokia Android phones like the Nokia 2.4 and so on.

It features a minidrop Nordic design with pronounced side bezels and a bottom chin. However the phone looks more smoothly designed and beautiful than the C2. At the back of the C10 is a circular camera module that has been associated with Nokia Android phones, and complements the o real beauty of the phone. On it's part the C2 has a vertical rectangular camera module. Both have a single 5MP rear camera that can shoot 720p videos as well.

The C2 measures 154.8 x 75.6 x 8.9mm while the C10 measures 169.9 x 77.9 x 8.8. This makes the C10 slightly taller and slimmer than the C2 by just 0.1mm. The C2 is also much lighter than the C10 at just 161g compared with the 191g of the C10. 

Display

While the Nokia C2 has a 5.7 inch display, the C10 has a much bigger 6.52 inch display. This is the same as that of the Nokia  and Nokia C10 as that of the Nokia C20 and the Nokia C5 Endi. They also have the same HD display resolution of 720 x 1400 pixels for the C2 and 720 x 1600 pixels for the C10. The much bigger screen of the C10 however results in a slightly lower pixel density of 269 ppi compared with 282 ppi in the C2. Apart from the bigger screen the C10 also has Panda Glass protection.

Performance.

Both phones are powered by a Quad-core Unisoc processor, but the C2 has a slightly better 1.4 GHz processor compared to the 1.3GHz in the C10. The C2 features Android 9.0 (pie) Go edition while the C10 runs on Android 11 Go edition. The C10 is also entitled to timely two year security updates for increased upto date security of your phone.

Cameras and the battery comparison.

As mentioned earlier, both the phones come with a single 5MP rear camera with 720p video recording. They also spot the same 5MP selfie cameras that can also record 720p videos. The slight advantage of the C10 is that it supports HDR shooting.

Both phones have removable batteries with the C10 having a slightly bigger 3,000 mAh battery compared to the 2,800 mAh of the C2. They also still retain the older Micro-USB 2.0 port.

Conclusion.

Between the Nokia C10 and C2, the C10 has a much more lovely design and a bigger display, it's biggest disadvantage over the C2 is the lack of 4G LTE Conncetivity.

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