More images of the Android-powered Nokia C1 have leaked, this time giving a real-world view of the device.
Microsoft may have acquired the devices and services sector of Finnish smartphone maker Nokia but the company is far from dead. They may be prohibited from releasing smartphones until 2016 but it hasn’t stopped them developing some interesting handsets on the quiet. We’ve heard stories about their intention to move into the Android market and these latest leaks seem to all but confirm that.
The Nokia C1 has been getting quite a bit of attention in the last few days, with a series of leaked renders and now some real-life images of the device in the wild. Billed as a lower mid-range device, it’s expected to include an 8 megapixel rear camera, 5 megapixel front camera and 5-inch Full HD display. The processor is expected to be a next generation Intel Atom chip. The images reveal an all-metal body with very thin bezels and a minimalistic design. Aside from the Nokia branding on the rear, a single LED flash below the camera sensor is the only defining feature of the device.
The Nokia C1 is expected to include Android 6.0 with the company’s proprietary Z-Launcher skin over the top.
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