After the sale of the mobile unit, Nokia devices may not issue until 2016, but the first time Microsoft was allowed to release the Nokia X, and then the guys realized – we must act.
Following the Nokia X and Nokia XL Company is the world X2, then we witness the announcement of the tablet Nokia N1, which is scheduled for the first quarter of 2015. And now, a month later, there were rumors about the development of the next device, which works on the basis of Android, apparently, Nokia has found some loophole in the agreement with Microsoft: Nokia cannot act as a producer, but can develop devices, in other words, the manufacturer of the tablet N1 and now Nokia C1 has become, most likely, Foxconn, and Nokia is acting only as a developer.
According to rumors, the smartphone will run on a processor from Intel, it is possible that in the Nokia C1 will be embedded Atom Z3560 processor, or, at best, Z3580. We see it Android version 5.0 Lollipop; as a tablet, C1 will not work on stock Android, and on the Z Launcher, which is a proprietary company. If you wish to get acquainted with the shell, you can download it in Google Play . Note launcher is in beta stage.
Nokia C1 will receive a 5-inch display, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB of built-in. Relative to the camera, the smartphone will be installed 8-megapixel rear and a 5-megapixel front camera: It is unknown whether this is Carl Zeiss lenses or own work, in any case, Nokia has always done a decent camera in your device. Unfortunately, it is unclear to what price range will be assigned the device. It is likely this will be something similar to the tablet, and we recall that N1 repeats the fate of Nexus-devices, which means “strong-cheap” (the latest generation of Nexus-devices is not affected).
Web users have submitted concepts Nokia C1, the first most realistic:
The second concept is quite old and is a concept Nokia n900, but under the name of the great and looks pretty cool, also taking into account today’s technology is quite possible to create a concave display.
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