Nokia C1 gets Leaked again, shows new design and specs
Nokia has been truant from the cell phone market for a long while now – a certainty that numerous fans know great. However, as CEO Rajeev Suri has affirmed, it is not a withdrawal, but instead a timeout that ought to end in Q4 2016 when the agreement with Microsoft terminates.
Rumors about a Nokia C1 have been flowing alongside cases that it will, truth be told, be the first cell phone to hold up under the Finnish organization logo in years. Today brings a new cluster of information on the affirmed handset, in particular a render and conceivable specs sheet.
The new screenshot seems to be made from the same source that we saw a few days ago, so unfortunately it doesn’t add much extra credibility. The same tipster also claims to have some insights on the specs of the device. He notes that the C1 might come in two size variants, which, oddly enough, also have a different camera setup.
The display is expected to be 5.0 or 5.5 inches(not yet confirmed by any source) with FullHD resolution. The first version gets 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while the other is probably packing the 3GB with 64GB of storage. The camera setup will vary between 8MP back plus 5MP front or 13MP back with the same front shooter. It is also e to note exciting that the C1 is said to run on Android, with a Windows 10 variant available in select markets or may be there will be having an option to get either Windows or Android version of the device.
The mysterious source likewise goes ahead to clarify that the handset has been long really taking shape, to such an extent that the first model was obviously crossed out and supplanted with one with better hardware and features. That could also possibly clarify the two unmistakable variants in terms of specs. Regardless, there is still a considerable measure of time to hold up until the C1 even has an opportunity to hit client markets in Q4 2016.