The Brazilian market for cheap smartphones should soon receive two new members: Nokia C20 and Motorola E20. The devices were approved by Anatel, and this means that the manufacturers are already free for any official sale of cell phones in the national territory.

Starting on the unannounced side, the Motorola E20 has already has been appearing in some rumor here and there. The latest involves important details, such as the presence of a battery with 4.000 mAh, and Android 11 Go controlling all the hardware. Rumors also promise a 6,5-inch screen with HD+ resolution (720p, or 1.600 x 720 pixels) and connection to 4G networks – no 5G.


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Motorola's cheap device can bring a dual set of cameras on the back, the main one with 13 megapixels and the secondary one working only as a tool to measure the distance in photos with blurred background. At the front, the selfies must have 5 megapixels of resolution.

Supposed Moto E20 (Image: disclosure/Sudhanshu Ambhore)
Supposed Moto E20 (Image: disclosure/Sudhanshu Ambhore)

The same rumors also point to a Unisoc T606 chip, working with only 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal space, with the possibility of expansion with a microSD. Like other simpler devices, the Moto E20 should only bring support for 2,4 GHz Wi-Fi networks.

Anatel's approval points to the Moto E20 with model XT2155-1, which will bring a 10 watt charger in the package, a headset and may be manufactured in Brazil by Flextronics da Amazônia, or at the company's plant in the interior of São Paulo, in Jaguariúna.

Android 11 Go is present in Nokia C20

Nokia C20 was officially unveiled by HMD Global in the first half of this year and it features a Unisoc SC9863a processor, 1 or 2 GB of RAM, 16 or 32 GB of internal space and a microSD card slot. The screen is 6,52 inches in HD+ resolution, the same as the Moto E20.

Nokia C20 (Image: Disclosure/Global HMD)
Nokia C20 (Image: Disclosure/Global HMD)

Another similarity with the Motorola smartphone is the Android 11 Go commanding the device, but the Nokia model uses a 3.000 mAh battery and comes with only a 5 megapixel rear camera – the same resolution used in the front sensor.

The approval of the Nokia C20 involves the company's representative in Brazil, Multilaser. The presence of a 5 watt charger is guaranteed, as well as a headphone model JWEP1 199-M01H. Unlike Motorola's device, the Nokia C20 will be imported and manufacturing will take place at Mobiwire Mobiles, in China.

Even with the approval, there is still no forecast for launching these two cell phones.

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