Nokia is all set to enter the smartphone market (and hopefully disrupt) once again and already has announced the plans to launch its smartphones at CES 2017. HMD Global, the company which bought all the right of Nokia Corporation and manufacturing smartphone using Nokia’s brand name, has announced to launch Android smartphones in January.
The last couple of years has been very tough on Nokia, and it saw ups and down before breaking all the string from Microsoft and tying its knot with HMD Global. Ever since it was made public that HMD Global is designing and manufacturing the phone with Nokia branding, numerous rumours about the new smartphones are floating around the internet.
Lately, we came across many rumours about the Nokia D1C, a mid-budget segment Android smartphone. The images of Nokia D1C also surfaced on the web claiming two different variants – one with full metallic body and fingerprint scanner whereas another one with a polycarbonate back.
Now a concept video emerged on the internet reveals another device from the company dubbed as Nokia C1. The video reveals the device made of full metal unibody design featuring a dual rear camera setup. The concept video also shows the device housed with dual-LED flash and an additional Xenon flash.
It claims the device to be powered by the Snapdragon 830 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM which is yet to be announced. It sports a 5-inch Full HD display and will be available in 64GB and 128GB internal storage.
The concept video also shows the Nokia C1 to bear a shutter button along with the power button on the right edge. Talking about the cameras, the device features 16MP and 12MP cameras at the back and a 5MP front-facing camera. However, there’s no confirmation about this information so we would recommend you it take it with a pinch of salt.