Nokia Launches C2 Smartphone in South Africa

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HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has officially launched the Nokia C2 in South Africa. The device comes with a large 5.7” HD+ screen, a front-facing camera with flash and HDR photography and enough battery life to last from sunrise to sunset.

“One of our main objectives is to bring great smartphone experiences to as many fans as possible across markets and price points. We know that people are looking for a reliable way to upgrade to a 4G smartphone experience,” says Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer at HMD Global.

“Complementing the popular Nokia C1, with the Nokia C2 we deliver on our commitment to creating quality devices you can trust while offering a more accessible path to 4G for selected markets.”

According to HMD Global, the device lets you store up to 3000 songs or 13 hours of HD video thanks to lighter apps on Android (Go edition). For those who want even more, just add a memory card to make room for even more photos, videos and music.


The Nokia C2 brings Gallery Go benefits to even more people, so they can edit their favourite photos with just one simple tap. Plus, find and manage shots faster with the automatic organisation.

The 4G compatible smartphone also comes with the Google Assistant button – the fastest way to your Google Assistant.

Pricing and availability

The Nokia C2 is now available to purchase from selected retailers and comes in charcoal and cyan green, retailing from R1,499. Single sim variant available only in SA.

Edited by Jenna Delport
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