HMD Global has announced the new Nokia C32, the first smartphone in the C Series range with a 50MP camera, bringing advanced imaging to a more affordable price point. Arriving with the latest Android 13, its new design has a toughened glass finish for a premium feel.

HMD Global country manager for Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, Brenden Folitarik said, “We know the family wallet is under increased pressure. What the Nokia C32 brings is an affordable and quality smartphone. Australians are obsessed with taking photos with their phones and the Nokia C32 takes this to a whole new level bringing high-quality photos at exceptional value. We believe that value should not sacrifice design, so we have included a toughened glass finish usually seen in more premium devices.”

Its refreshed design with a toughened glass back, two-tone finish and straight sidewalls is complemented by a 6.5-inch HD+ display wrapped in a choice of three colours including Charcoal, Autumn Green, or Beach Pink, with matching accent details. The device is also IP52-rated for protection against scratches, drops, and daily wear and tear.

The 50MP main camera and 8MP selfie camera are supported by powerful imaging algorithms. Capturing more light and equipped with a bespoke night mode on both the front and rear cameras, Nokia C32 delivers enhanced pictures in any lighting conditions.

Enjoy the benefits of Android 13 and customise apps to match the wallpaper. From per-app language preferences to cross-device copy and paste, the features allow faster navigation for everything from work to entertainment.

App hibernation and Super Battery Saver help Nokia C32 last up to three dayson a single charge, and to keep data safe, two years of security updates come as standard. 3GB of extra virtual RAM with memory extension enables smoother app usage.

The Nokia C32 smartphone is available from leading retailers and starting at $249 with an optional clear case made from 100% recycled materials with fully recyclable packaging for $29.