Nokia C1 Renders Surface, To Be Available With Android And Windows 10 Versions

The Symbian handset maker Nokia is once again entering the game to play in 2016 with the giants in the market, now. The new Nokia C1 smartphone will be the first one to be coming with running Android and Windows 10 mobile OS on-board. New leaked render reveals that the handset to be available in two variants.

The image shown here is of an Android version of Nokia C1 with Z launcher UI skin embedded on top of it. While the Windows 10-powered C1 behind it, and the device is expected to sport a 5-incc or 5.5″ fullHD display and the Microsoft’s variant of Nokia C1 Windows to be sold in select markets globally.

If it is to be believed then the upcoming Nokia C1 hardware is also expected to have a 32GB built-in storage, 2GB of RAM, 8MP camera and 64GB of internal memory with 3GB of RAM power and 13MP main camera. On its front, there will be a 5MP selfie-focused cams on both and may come in Grey, White, Pink and Gold colours.

Nokia is coming back next year again with the support from Foxconn, manufacturing its first smartphone by the company. Sources also claims that Nokia have apparently cancelled the C1 phone, which we are seeing it right now in images, but moved to a more advanced prototype.

Before you consider more from the Nokia C1 Android and Windows 10 versions, you have to note that nothing is officially confirmed and there’s lot more time for its launch and could happen anything in the time being.