Nokia's Android Phone Latest News: 'Nokia D1C' Rivals Android Phones and iPhones, It's Rumored Release Date & More

By Switchy Sam , Updated Nov 17, 2016 10:11 AM EST

Android phones and smartphones come from two famous companies namely Apple Inc. and Samsung. Before, people have known the power of Nokia from start to the latest release because of its durability and performance. Now, Nokia company is planning a release of two new phones powered by Android. One of this phone is "Nokia D1C" and is rumored to be released this year or the early months of next year, 2017. The phone or device will rival other Android powered mobile phones such as Samsung Galaxy S7, iPhone 7, and other tablets available.

What will we expect from Nokia D1C?

Based on the video from Waqar Khan, many of Nokia patrons do not yet know about the hardware for the "Nokia D1C" , rumors say that it will contain the following: Android Nougat, 3GB RAM, 16 or 8-megapixel camera depending on choice or plan from Nokia company. It has a potential to stand out in the markets in competition with other tablets out there.

In another post from, the previous Nokia C1 has been out and the reviews are amazing. Its specs have 5 inches full HD with 2 GB RAM, while "Nokia D1C" is higher than 1GB of RAM---talk about faster performance on programs and apps. While the specs are talked about, the tablet like phone will be released this 2017 or the last periods of 2016. If not, the release will be on 2017 in the early months.

The wait begins for the release and information about Nokia D1C

Aside from the expectations, the finish of "Nokia D1C" is something similar to the finishes of Nokia C1. Clear and specific details can be found on GeekBench website for the said Nokia phone. Patrons and customers of Nokia company are expecting the product this 2017 or earlier because of the rumored specs. Still, the price of the product will be awaited in the future updates from Nokia company. For more updates on tech news, stay in touch for more!

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