Nokia C20 Plus
The Nokia C20 Plus aims to deliver the basics with entry-level hardware and Android Go, but it fails when it comes to execution. The phone’s design is practical and sturdy but it is also quite chunky, and not ideal for one-handed use. The Unisoc processor can barely hold things together even with 3GB of RAM on the higher-priced variant, so the software experience is sluggish. The stripped-down Android Go software seems half-baked at best, given that there are just a handful of current Go-branded Google apps and some third-party lite apps from the Play Store that help save on space. The Go apps are clunky and are not as capable as their regular Android counterparts. Making things worse are the cameras, which deliver below-average image and video quality. Thankfully the battery keeps up but takes about 3.5 hours to charge to 100 percent.