Eco-friendly Nokia C31 Now Up for Grabs in Kenya at KES 16,000

The phone features offer the best of the C-series at an ultra-affordable price, starting at a recommended retail price of Sh16,000.

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The Nokia C31 is available in Kenya from today in Charcoal and Mint, at a recommended retail price of Sh16,000 and comes 4/64 GB memory and storage configurations.

HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, brings to Kenya its newest smartphone – the Nokia C31 under the C-series.

The best of the C-series at an accessible price point, the Nokia C31 presents signature durability, an improved 6.7″ HD display and a long-lasting three-day battery life1 with AI-powered battery-saving features.

“The Nokia C-series is about making quality and durability accessible – Nokia C31 sets new standards not only for the range, but entry-level smartphones in general. Everyone should be able to enjoy a great mobile experience,” HMD Global Chief Executive Officer Florian Seiche says.

HMD Global senior business manager East Africa Gopher Ogembo said, By combining quality materials with smart features and top-level security, we’re delivering the longevity our fans have come to expect.”

The phone features offer the best of the C-series at an ultra-affordable price, starting at a recommended retail price of Sh16,000.

The Nokia C31 is available in Kenya from today in Charcoal and Mint, at a recommended retail price of Sh16,000 and comes 4/64 GB memory and storage configurations.

The best of the C-series at an ultra-friendly price point

Love it: Nokia C31 comes with Android 12, an improved 6.7″ HD display and triple rear and selfie cameras powered by Camera by Google.

Trust it: Nokia C31 sports an AI-powered three-day battery life1 and two years of quarterly security updates for maximum security.

Keep it: Nokia C31 has superior durability with IP52 protection from the elements from one of the toughest manufacturing standards in the world.


 

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