A few months back the Finnish company, Nokia launched the smartphone Nokia C3, and recently, the manufacturer announced that the smartphone now will have an addition of what the company has termed “one-click direct health code”.
The smartphone will also be capable of performing tasks such as mobile payment and detect the oxygen level. This does not come as a surprise to anyone; rather consumers are leaning more towards products that come with health apps that could perform the basic tasks, given the situation of the pandemic.
The inclusion of the health code is certainly a necessary step that will leave a positive impact; however, it needs to be operated manually which could be inconvenient at times.
After completing all the steps for the update, the users of the Nokia C3 could directly open the health code by pressing and holding the Xpress button. The Xpress button comes with various function support which could also be used to open WeChat or use Alipay. Long pressing the button could open five physical data such as blood oxygen, heart rate, blood pressure, and much more.
Nokia C3 is deemed to be suitable not only for young consumers but also for middle-aged and elderly users. The Xpress Button adds more to this and makes using it easier for elderly users. In fact, the large 5.99-inch screen with large font display of the smartphone overall is friendly for the older generation.
The highly regarded Xpress Button is situated on the left side of the smartphone frame. Double-clicking it would open the WeChat QR code payment page, and long-pressing it would open the blood oxygen detection function. It runs on Android 10 OS and has the endurance to stand by for up to 16.5 days with 22 hours of phone life or 31 hours of audio playback or 7 hours of video playback in daily use.