Nokia C1 in the leaks yet again with reportedly new specs

    Nokia has been out of the smartphone scene for quite a while - something that people are aware of. Initially Nokia lost its position to Smartphones from Apple and Android. Then, Nokia devices division was acquired by Microsoft. Nokia has hardly been in the news other than its set of Lumia handsets and also its line of Android Smartphones.

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    Nokia's CEO Rajeev Suri has confirmed that the timeout will end in the Q4 2016 as Nokia's agreement with Microsoft expires after which Nokia is allowed to sell phones under it own brand name.

    Rumor has it that the Nokia C1 will be the first smartphone from the umbrella of Nokia that will bear the name and logo of the company.A new set of rumors has emerged about the alleged handset along with image renderings.

    Nokia C1 in the leaks yet again with reportedly new specs

    It seems very similar to the source that was released a few days ago, when we published a story on the Nokia C1. However, there seems to be a some changes in the new image renderings showing that the Nokia C1 will come in different sizes with some changes in the Camera.

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    On the front of Specifications - The Nokia C1 will have a 5.0 or 5.5" FHD. The Nokia C1 is likely to be available in two variants. While there is a 32GB storage variant with 2GB of Ram, there is another 64GB storage variant with 3GB ram. The camera is speculated to have a 8MP rear and a and 5MP front shooter. The Nokia C1 is said to run Android, while there is also room for a Windows 10 variant owing to Nokia's partnership with Microsoft.It is likely that the Windows variant will be available in select regions.

    Nokia fans will have to wait till Q4 2016 for such a phone.



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