Earlier this year, we reported that Nokia had been quietly developing its own Android smartphone, the C1, before all news surrounding the device suddenly stopped.
Now, nearly a month later, fresh leaks have depicted Nokia’s C1 from all angles, as well as detailed what specs the C1 might eventually carry.
The leak in question notes that the upcoming C1 might arrive in two different size variants – 5″ or 5.5″ – with a different camera configuration for each.
The first – and likely smaller – version of the device is slated to arrive with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, while the larger of the two would arrive with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
The C1 is expected to carry a camera configuration that will vary between either a 8MP or 13MP camera, with a standard 5MP front-facing camera. Both handsets will arrive with a 1080p screen.
Interestingly enough, it has been noted that the C1 will arrive running Android and will be sold in a Windows 10 Mobile flavour in certain markets. However, no clarity has been offered on which markets might see the arrival of the Windows-based variant. However, the handset will be unable to dual-boot between operating systems as we saw on the Elephone Vowney earlier this year.
The reveal of the device indicates Nokia’s return to the smartphone market, as well as the company’s fresh intent to offer an Android competitor. Earlier this year, the company unveiled its own Android launcher.
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