Nokia Android Phone 2017 Release Date, Specs, News & Update: Google Pixel Threatened By D1C? Finnish Phone Brand Says Goodbye To Microsoft?

By AASalvador , Updated Dec 15, 2016 08:46 AM EST

Before the year ends, Nokia is making a comeback in the mobile phone industry with a new Android phone that is rumoured to threaten Google Pixel. For the first time in many years, a Nokia handset will also be released that is not made by Microsoft.

Nokia Android Phone 2017 Specs, Price

Rumours had it that a Nokia Android phone called D1C will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, running on a speed of 1.4 GHz. Paired with an Adreno 505 GPU, the Nokia D1C comes in either 2 GB RAM or 3 GB RAM. The latest Nokia Android phone is reported to come in full HD resolution with a screen display with either five inches or 5.5 inches. The Nokia D1C boasts of a 16 GB on board storage. The camera is powered with 8 MP up front, but could either have 13 or 16 megapixels.

As expected, the Nokia Android phones are powered by Android Nougat. The Nokia D1C phones' price is reported to be ranging from $150 to $200, and will be released during the Mobile World Congress in 2017.

Nokia Android Phone Brand Says Goodbye To Microsoft?

A Nokia phone was unveiled recently by a company called HMD Global. It is the first phone in many years by the Finnish company that is not made by Microsoft. However, this is not the Nokia Android phone that users have been waiting to be released soon.

Unlike the much anticipated Nokia Android phone, the Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 dual SIM are only set at a very affordable price of $26. The screen is only at 2.4 inches with FM radio, MP3 player and, of course, the "Snake," the game that has been popularly linked to Nokia's phone in the past. It even has a camera with a LED flash.

Is Nokia finally severing ties with the Microsoft? Are you excited with the latest Nokia Android phone? Tell us what you think and stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update.

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