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It’s been a year since Nokia C31 was first launched, but in a current discovery, users have spotted that recently-sold Nokia C31s contain another kind of operating system.
As shared on X (fka Twitter) by user Hikari Calyx, Nokia C31 sold recently in China allegedly now comes with Freeme OS. Freeme OS is a Chinese Android L-based operating system developed by Shanghai Zhuoyi Technology. It is known for its heavy customization and lack of updates.
The customer posted screenshots of their Nokia C31 running Freeme OS on Twitter. The screenshots show that the phone has a different launcher, app icons, and settings menu than the Nokia C31 sold in other markets.
Take a look below:
According to a Chinese customer, Nokia C31 sold recently now came with Freeme OS.
Those who're familiar with Chinese bootleg phones should know what Freeme OS is.
See reply for more screenshots. pic.twitter.com/llcIUKrsFA
— Hikari Calyx (@Hikari_Calyx) October 11, 2023
The Nokia C31 does come with Android 12 by default. Freeme OS is also based on Android, but it is just not as good.
Boasting a 6.75-inch HD+ display, Nokia C31 was quite affordable for its specification. It has Unisoc SC9863A octa-core processor, and 3GB/4GB of RAM.
The phone comes with 32GB/64GB/128GB of storage, which can be expanded with a microSD card, as well as a 5050mAh battery and a triple-camera system on the back.
Thoughts on this?