Nokia previously sold their phone unit to Microsoft and had signed a pact not to produce any mobile handsets for a whole year and well the year is almost over and it is time to say that Nokia are set to come back this time with supper powerful handsets; Nokia smartphones. Nokia will be hitting the market before the year hits the end. Nokia’s new devices will now run on Android OS (completely open source operating system) that is widely used more than any other.
Nokia C1 is set to premier with powerful specifications ranging from a Full HD display screen and some powerful camera system. On top of that the Nokia C1 is seen as one of the good phones expecting by the end of 2016 or early 2017 with cool and breathe taking specifications.
Nokia C1 is purported to house the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor that will handle processing having 8-cores to handle the processing. The processor sports 4×1.8GHz Cortex-A72 and 4×1.4GHz Cortex-A53 processor.
On top of that the Nokia C1 will have its output displayed on a 5.5 inch FHD screen with 1080p of screen resolution. The cameras are better placed with a primary camera fitted with a 13MP sensor and a 5MP front or selfie shooter.
Before exhausting everything let’s have a glimpse at what the device Nokia C1 will bring on board once Nokia Corporation hits back at the phones market at this time in a different field that is controlled by other major brands.
Nokia C1 Quick Look at the Specifications
- Nokia C1 is exhibited with a 5.5-inch FHD screen
- The phones purports of having a 1080p screen resolution
- Nokia C1 is powered by an octa core processor fitted with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor
- Runs on Android v6.0 Marshmallow
- Nokia C1 has a 2GB RAM and 32GB ROM (internal storage)
- Sports 13-megapixel primary camera
- The selfie shooter is a 5-megapixels camera fitted on the front side.
- Supports 4G network connectivity
- Has Wireless capability that means it can use Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- Has an inbuilt lithium ion polymer battery.
Nokia Corporation was known for producing clear and durable handset when it comes to power consumption and how long the phone lasts. If Nokia is looking to implement the same quality, they had on smartphones; they haven’t lost the entire customer base.
Nokia Lumia phones that run Windows OS have been a hell to many users with failures installing apps from the Windows Store and apart from that signing into the Microsoft Account. I hope this problem will not happen on the Nokia’s upcoming phones that will run Android OS as from Android 6.0 M.