Nokia Android Smartphone Latest News And Update: Android 7.0.1 Running Device Seen On Geekbench

New Nokia Android smartphones are most likely going to be announced by HMD Global at MWC 2017. There have been several leaks so far, but the latest leak shows a new Nokia smartphone running on the latest Android 7.0.1 OS.

Nokia Android Smartphones 2017

Called the Nokia Pixel, the Android powered smartphone was spotted on GeekBench earlier today. Alongside the Pixel, two more devices have appeared on the website showing Nokia has plenty of devices to announce.

Previously, a Nokia device called the D1C was also leaked on the website. This device features an octa-core Snapdragon 430 CPU, Adreno 505 GPU and 3GB of RAM. This too was running on a build of Android Nougat.

Of course, Nokia will probably not call the new smartphone Pixel, because Google has already taken the name. However, this device will be running Android 7.0.1 out of the box, as spotted by TimesNews on GeekBench.

The device uses a Snapdragon 200 processor, Adreno 302 GPU and has 1 GB of RAM, which means that this is probably an entry level device as evidenced by a not very well score on the GeekBench test. The Snapdragon 200 is a dual-core CPU and supports Quick Charge 3.0, according to PhoneArena.

Nokia Ara And Genymotion C2-00 PureView

Two more devices were spotted, as mentioned earlier, namely the Nokia Ara and the Nokia Genymotion C2-00 PureView. That latter is a strange name for a smartphone, but the company may just call it something else.

The Nokia Ara also runs Snapdragon 200 coupled with 1GB of RAM, but instead of the latest Android Nougat, it runs Android 5.1.1. Looks like this is another entry level smartphone from Nokia, but no other details such as screen size or battery were given.

The Genymotion C2-00 Pureview is a different piece of cake and uses an Intel Pentium G3220 single-core processor coupled with 1.5 GB of RAM. Again, no other details were revealed in the results.

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