It has been a while since Nokia has last ventured in the smartphone market. Luckily for fans, it looks like the legendary mobile phone company is now back on track. A certain Nokia D1C has been spotted multiple times on benchmarking websites and it clearly runs the Android OS. This highly suggests that Nokia is once again back in the market with its midrange smartphone.
Nokia's Quest To Join The Android Community
If the company is indeed releasing the Nokia D1C phone, it's worth noting that this isn't the first Android Nokia phone. In 2014, the Nokia X and Nokia XL were released and they both ran Android Jelly Bean. These two phones were pretty much in the lower mid-range category. However, these are still in line with what Nokia is known for - a producer of affordable and classy phones. While the 2014 Nokia phones have been quite seated in the lower end of the smartphone spectrum, the Nokia D1C might be a little more improved.
Nokia D1C News, Rumors, Specs
According to a recent post by GSM Arena, the Nokia D1C 2016 is once again spotted at a benchmarking site. It was said that the D1C has been seen in AnTuTu and it is now revealed that the device will be sporting a 13 MP rear camera and an 8 MP front camera. Furthermore, the screen will be boasting of a full HD display and the internal memory will be 32 GB in size.
The same AnTuTu results also revealed that the Nokia D1C will be powered by a Snapdragon 430 chip and run Android Nougat from the box. For the RAM, the D1C is expected to carry 3 GB worth of RAM. It's worth noting that the same phone has also been spotted in another benchmarking site more than a week ago, which brought in the same results as AnTuTu's.