Nokia D1C & Nokia Android Phones Release Date, News & Update: Nokia Looking to Capture Market With Competitive Pricing

By Ritwik Roy , Updated Dec 19, 2016 10:12 PM EST

Nokia Android phones are coming in 2017 and latest reports suggest that the Nokia D1C could be made available at a starting price of just $150. Nokia is expected to release three Android handsets in 2017 and Nokia D1C is one of the three. Apple ad Samsung are the top brands in the smartphone segment with Google and Microsoft all looking to solidify their presence too.

Nokia, the original maker of the mobile phone, won't be left behind. The company has neither confirmed nor denied the competitive pricing of the Nokia D1C. Rumors suggest there will be two variants of the phone. One will be a 5-inch Full HD Display phone with 2GB RAM and a price of $150. The other will have 5.5-inch Full HD Display and 3GB RAM. Its price may range from $200 to $250.

As per Gadgets 360, the Nokia D1C handset may sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and Adreno 505 GPU. Both the mentioned variants may come with 16GB internal storage. Camera-wise, the D1C may have 13MP and 16MP rear camera modules. Both variants are expected to sport 8MP front cameras.

Nokia is also said to be working with an entry-level Android phone, known as Pixel, and also another high-end Android phone. The Pixel is said to run on Android 7.0.1 Nougat and it may also be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 SoC and 1GB RAM. Quick Charge 3.0 may also be included. Apart from the Nokia D1C and Nokia Pixel, the high-end smartphone may also be unveiled at the MWC 2017.

This Nokia Android phone will either sport a 5.2-inch or 5.5-inch screen 2K (QHD) display. The handset may be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and the primary camera could have a premium Carl Zeiss lens. This phone may have a metal unibody design and waterproof capability. Stay tuned on GameNGuide for more updates on Nokia D1C and other Nokia Android phones.

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