The Nokia C20 is made official prior to its launch thanks to a new Bluetooth SIG leak
Nokia is projected to launch brand-new G- and X-series smartphones at its impending April 2021 product showcase. They are also expected to be joined on this stage by the C20, which has direct predecessors in this case. Bluetooth SIG has set this rumor in stone by identifying the device by name in its certification.
The new leak includes 4 different model numbers - TA-1339, TA-1348, TA-1352, and TA-1356 - in the same new listing, all of which are apparently the C20. Therefore, the phone might come in up to 4 different RAM/storage configurations, the lowest-end of which is currently rumored to be priced at €89 (~US$105) on its launch.
On that note, it now looks as though all 4 Nokia C20 variants will indeed be budget prospects on their debut - so much so that they are thought to take over from the 1.x series, which starts at just 2GB of RAM at present.
The Bluetooth SIG underpins this impression by declaring that the models have the aging 4.2 standard; moreover, it seems the SoC facilitating this is made not by a typical mobile-device supplier like Qualcomm, but by Unisoc instead. Therefore, the C20 line might indeed be pitched at cost-conscious users on their debut.