Rumors and speculation already there that the pure edition of Nokia Android phone is incoming and today the renders leak claiming that it’s the first phone powered by Android, Nokia C1. Fresh images have made its way to Weibo, offering a sneak peak at the alleged C1 Android phone.
If these leaked photos are to be believed, then we can admit that Nokia is once again entering the smartphone market, this time with a stock Android mobile OS onboard. Shown off its unibody construction with curved edges, but it’s nt clear as yet we are looking at a metal or plastic body. From the images, we can of course, see the front-facing and back cameras, a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top and a USB connectivity port at the bottom, and the bezels look slimmer and thinner.
Allegedly depicted by the leaked renders of the first of those could be the C1, will complement the already launched N1 tablet in the company’s portfolio. With 5-inch HD (720p) touchscreen, an 8MP camera on rare and 5M Selfie shooter and powered by Intel Atom chip, paired by 2GB of RAM, could house 32GB of onboard storage. Connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS are also expected.
Officially, Nokia hasn’t stated anything about its announcement and these are just renders that has been leaked and can’t be trusted anymore, so take this with a grain of salt and add pepper to it later.