Nokia C1 Android phone offered in live pictures
Yesterday, we told you of Nokia’s 2016-bound Android smartphone that the Finnish company is reportedly working on with the aid of Foxconn in China. Today, the handset has leaked out in live photographs.
While the Nokia C1 handset looked surreal in the previous photos we posted here yesterday, the new renders add more credibility to the story and confirms the device is taking a huge clue from the last year-released Nokia N1 in terms of design.
On a side note, the back camera as shown in the picture doesn’t seem to align perfectly with the “Nokia” logo at the device, so you many digest everything you see here with a pinch of salt as Adobe Photoshop has proved time without number that everything is possible.
The picture source told us that the smartphone is having a 5-inch display like earlier rumors cited, but comes with bigger 1080p resolution instead of 720p. The smartphone will purportedly run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with the aid of an Intel CPU and 2GB of RAM.
Alleged press photos of Nokia C1 were earlier released
By the look of things, it seems that Nokia is finally plying the route people demanded five years ago: producing a neatly spec’d Android-running smartphone with no strings attached. If the Nokia C1 turns out to be valid, yours sincerely wouldn’t mind forking out a couple hundred dollars for one unit. So what about you? Are you also anticipating the Nokia C1?