Nokia C1, powered by Android OS to be release soon


Nokia C1, a new Smartphone is set to be released later on this year and like Blackberry Priv, the upcoming Nokia flagship will be powered by Google’s Android Operating system. This is the first phone Nokia will be producing after it’s non-complete deal with Microsoft came to an end last month.

Nokia was working on their new mobiles from last year when it started hiring software experts, testing new products and seeking sales partners as it plots its return to the mobile phone and consumer tech arena it abandoned with the sale of its handset business.

Finally, Nokia announced it’s come back after licensing its brand and intellectual property of old-fashioned feature phones for $350 million to FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Chinese smartphone manufacturer Foxconn and a newly formed company called HMD Global. And now it has been confirmed that Nokia is developing their first Android smartphone – Nokia C1.

Nokia C1 Android

Lots of pictures have been going round lately regarding Next Nokia Android smartphone. From every indication, it is going to be Nokia next Android smartphone and which will be released later this year, 7th September 2016.

Rumors are that Nokia will come with: 5.5 inches LCD, its operating system will be Android 6.0(Marshmallow), Chipset Qualcomm MSM8976 Snapdragon Quad-Core 1.8Ghz Cortex-A72, Storage 32GB, RAM 2GB, Front Camera 5 megapixels and its Main camera will be 13 megapixels.

nokia c1

Nokia had been a leader of feature phone markets for a long time until it received a tough competition from the rising popularity of smartphone makers. It will be interesting to see how Nokia performs as it teams up with Foxcon, to start designing smartphones, in the overly crowded smartphone market that will only multiply in the coming years.


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