Nokia Latest News & Update: Latest Nokia C1 Renders Hints Of A Classic-Shaped, Daydream Ready, Dual-Camera Smartphone

By Yang Llaneza , Updated Dec 21, 2016 02:34 AM EST

Nokia is planning to return to the smartphone industry with a couple of new smartphones flagships. The Finnish smartphone maker is anticipated to display its first products at Mobile World Congress in February. A recent leak from a Chinese website has people guessing that one of the devices could be the Nokia C1.

Nokia C1 has now appeared on Weibo and shows a rather uncommon design. The designs show Nokia C1 to feature metal unibody design with a large prominent display. The smartphone also seem to remove the physical home button. It has a front camera and a sensor placed in between a large speaker grille. A similar speaker outline at the lowermost edge of the screen as well.

The smartphone also appears to have buttons positioned at the right-hand side of the device. It is indistinct whether these buttons are capacitive or physical ones. The front camera is a modest 5MP. Stimulatingly, the render clues at the device embracing dual back camera mechanism with LED flash located on either side of the camera. The smartphone displays a combination of 16 + 12MP rear camera setup with triple LED flash assisting low light photography and Xenon flash.

In addition, the leaked images also reveal that Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor will run the smartphone. It also has 4GB DDR4 RAM and options of 32/64/128GB storage. The smartphone houses a 3210mAh battery and runs Android 7.1 Nougat. Paired with next-generation hardware and the cutting-edge OS update would connote that the forthcoming Nokia flagship will be Daydream ready.

Further, Nokia C1 utilizes USB-C port for charging and data. There also appears to be a 3.5mm audio jack. If these renders turn out to be accurate then we are certainly looking at one smooth and hot-selling Android smartphone in 2017, says Wccftech.

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