Nokia D1C Latest Specs, Leaks, Release Date: Two Variants Confirmed? See New Nokia Smartphone RoundUp Here

By Kara Wayne - 01 Dec '16 09:21AM

Nokia D1C has been reported to arrive in 2017 and Nokia smartphone users can't wait to get their hands on the device. New reports claimed that the upcoming Nokia smartphone will be shipped in two variants, each with unique RAM, camera, and screen size. Here is a roundup of Nokia D1C leaked specs that we have gathered so far.

Nokia D1C is expected to have a cheaper version which will sport a 5-inch screen with 1080p resolution. The new Nokia smartphone is believed to be equipped with 2GB of RAM and a 13MP rear camera. The other Nokia D1C version is suggested to differ a little and will come with a better camera and RAM.

Nokia D1C is also said to have a variant that will come with 3GB of RAM which is 1GB higher than the cheaper version. It sports a 16MP camera while its screen display is a little bigger at 5.5 inches. The second Nokia smartphone variant will retain the 1080p display.

The specs mentioned above are sourced from NokiaPowerUser website which claimed that the Nokia D1C leaks came from their reliable sources. Additionally, the report revealed that the two Nokia D1C variant prototypes are now currently being tested. However, Nokia nor HMD has released an official announcement about Nokia D1C specs as of this posting.

That said, Nokia smartphone users are advised to take such speculations with a grain of salt until the companies reveal the Nokia D1C. Meanwhile, MobilenApps reported more Nokia D1C specs which include a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 430 Processor and an Adreno 505 GPU. Nokia D1C is also expected to embed an Android Nougat 7.0 and one of the variants might have an 8MP front camera.

Nokia D1C is also believed to make its debut at the MWC 2017 which will be held in February, GizmoTimes reported. Nokia's CEO Rajeev Suri has been confirmed to deliver a keynote speech during the event. In the meantime, tell us what you think about Nokia's comeback with Android-powered smartphones next year.

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