Another image that is alleged for the Nokia C1 smartphone has popped up on the net. The leaked images comes along with some rumors on the specifications of the device. The specification and image come from a similar source, as the previous one that provided the past image render. They indicate that the device will be launched in two variants, one running Android OS and the other Windows 10 Mobile.
The currently leaked image is showing the rumored Nokia C1 which is running its Z Launcher on the Android operating system. That device is seen in Peach, White, and Grey color versions. The device design in the current images is in point with the previous image render leaks. Nokia power user, the source, has further gone ahead to explain that this device will be launched in two sizes. Both the sizes will have a different setup when it comes to the camera.
Will the Device Sport Two Different Sizes?
According to the source, one variant will house a larger 5.5-inch FHD display, while the other will sport 5-inch full-HD display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The larger variant will sport a 64 GB built-in storage and 3 GB of RAM, along with a front camera of 5-MP and a 13-MP rear camera. On a similar note, the smaller version of Nokia C1 will feature 32GB of built-in storage and 2GB RAM. The device will sport a 5 megapixel camera (that is front-facing) and an 8-MP rear camera.
Sources claim that the Nokia smartphone (Nokia C1) has been in the making for quite long, such that the company scrapped off the original hardware at the expense of a new one (it is claimed that it is the better one) in the interim Nokia C1 device.
Will the Device Sport Two Different OS Variants?
Some of the previous rumors and leaks for the Nokia C1 handset claimed that the device will run on Windows 10 Mobile and the company’s Z Launcher for Android. This implies that the handset will not only be offered in two sizes, but also in two variants when it comes to operating systems. Earlier this year, Nokia made the announcement that it has got the intension of getting back to the business of making smartphones by licensing designs to manufacturers of hardware. The company isn’t expected to roll out any device until the start of the fourth quarter next year.