Nokia C1 Will Be The Company’s First post-Microsoft Android Phone

The Nokia N1 is the first Android tablet announced after the Microsoft deal. Now, we hear the Finnish company are working on a phone running Google’s latest mobile OS. Dubbed Nokia C1, and an alleged product shot of its surfaced already.


Specifications sheet also emerges alongside it, which includes an Intel-powered SoC with 2GB of RAM. The Nokia C1 would go with a 5-inch display, could be a 720p resolution screen, and also got a 32GB onboard storage. It’s admitted that the new Nokia Android phone will sport an 8MP primary camera housed with a 5-megapixel front facing sensor.

Suggested that the Nokia C1 will be making its debut running Android 5.0 Lollipop, obviously with Nokia Z Launcher on top, just like Nokia N1 tablet. Manufactured by Foxconn, since Nokia is banned from manufacturing devices until 2016 as per the acquisition agreement with Microsoft.

Regarding Nokia C1 availability, we got no other details as yet. Suspected that Nokia will soon make an announcement of the C1 phone in the Q1 of 2015. But we’ve yet to see and hear official about the Nokia C1. Stay tuned!

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