The Former King Gears up to Claim back its Throne: Nokia C1

The Former King Gears up to Claim back its Throne: Nokia C1

The Former King Gears up to Claim back its Throne: Nokia C1 – The C1 will be going to be the first smartphone to be tagged with Nokia logo after the company sold its entire smartphone business to Microsoft a few years back. As it has been already confirmed by the CEO of HMD Global, that there will be new Nokia mobile devices coming in 2016.

It was rumored that the Nokia C1 will be based on Android Operating system with the company’s Z launcher. Now after the launch of Nokia 6 smartphone that was based on Android, now it is confirmed that every next device will be the most awaited Nokia android. Tipping it clearly that the handset could be offered in two variants as it is possibly running on two operating systems. The Former King Gears up to Claim back its Throne: Nokia C1

The Former King Gears up to Claim back its Throne: Nokia C1

And the leaked images of the Nokia C1 handset shows that the user will have the variety of options to choose from the colors like White, Gold, Pink and Grey. While the handset at the front is seen to be running the Nokia Z launcher for Android while the one in the background can be seen to be running on Windows 10 OS. Still, everything will be confirmed after the official announcement.

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As far as the Nokia C1 Specifications are concerned, it is rumored to boast a 5-inch full-HD display. Nokia dc1 features an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera to take care of selfies. Nokia C1 will have the advantage or merit of its operating system which would be based on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Also, the earlier reports suggest that the NokiaC1 will be powered by an Intel processor and will have a 2 GB of RAM as well.

The Former King Gears up to Claim back its Throne: Nokia C1

Earlier this year, Nokia unveiled its intention to make a come back in the market through smartphone business by licensing its design to hardware manufacturers. Nokia which once held the peak position in the world of the mobile handset lost its dominance with the growth of Apple and Android smartphones. But this time, it looks to carve it way to smartphone world through these two variants of the handset.

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