Nokia C1 with android 6.0 marshmallow
Nokia, the most trusted brand since decades had disappeared as other smartphones shine in the market.
But it seems like Nokia is going to give a come back with its new Nokia C1 smartphone.
In Chinese site Webo, Nokia’s C1 smartphone’s live pictures has been publicized. In which Nokia C1 smartphone’s front and back postures pictures has been kept.
When we see the black front part, it looks like Xiaomi’s textbook and when we see the back part then it looks like Motorola’s Moto G and Moto X.
According to news, Nokia C1 smartphone will have Android 6, Marshmallow operating system. It will have 5 inch full HD display screen. Under the hood, the phone will reportedly come powered by an Intel Atom processor and backed by 2 GB of RAM configuration.
When it comes to camera specification, the Nokia C1 will apparently sport an 8-megapixel rear-facing unit, in addition to a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper for selfies. This handset is believed to be a mid-range or an entry-level device.
Though from the legal point of view, Nokia is reportedly not allowed to build smartphones until 2016. This is precisely because of the “acquisition deal” tied to Microsoft. But then, this deal apparently allows Nokia to put the company name on mobile-based devices. And this is where the new “Nokia C1” phablet comes into play.
In 2014, the Finland-based tech giant released an Android device in the form of the well-received Nokia N1. After nearly 10 months, the company is apparently gearing up to release the Nokia C1, according to China’s CNMO. The C1 runs on Android, similar to the N1. To be specific, the upcoming device is believed to run stock Android firmware along with its own Z Launcher on top of it.