The Pro model shares most of the same features as the regular version, with one significant distinction being the battery capacity. Apart from that, there are no notable differences between the two.
The Nokia C12 Pro boasts a spacious 6.3-inch HD+ display that features a waterdrop notch to house its 5MP front-facing camera. Meanwhile, the rear of the phone accommodates a single 8MP sensor, complete with an LED flash for improved low-light photography.
Under the hood, the C12 Pro is powered by Unisoc’s 9863A1 chipset, which works in conjunction with 2/3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The phone runs on Android 12 (Go edition) and offers users the added security of two years’ worth of quarterly security updates.
The Nokia C12 Pro features a stylish Nordic design that exudes elegance and sophistication. Its casing has been thoughtfully crafted with ergonomics in mind, resulting in a device that feels comfortable and secure to hold. The phone’s design language is both sleek and modern, making it a stylish accessory that complements any user’s personal taste.
The Nokia C12 Pro comes equipped with a larger 4,000mAh removable battery, providing an additional 1,000mAh of power when compared to its non-pro counterpart. Due to this added benefit, HMD Global has priced the C12 Pro at ₹1,000 more than the vanilla Nokia C12, with a base price of ₹6,999 for the 2GB + 64GB variant, and ₹7,499 for the higher-spec 3GB + 64GB model.
HMD Global has promised its customers at least two years’ worth of regular security updates for the Nokia C12 Pro. While the company has not confirmed any Android updates for the device, it does offer a noteworthy 12-month replacement guarantee. The device also supports single-band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.2, and GNSS, as well as featuring a 3.5mm headphone jack, a MicroSD card slot, and a MicroUSB port for added convenience.