Under Nokia’s agreement with Microsoft, the company will be able to release their own smartphones again from the fourth quarter of 2016, and today we have a rumour of what that phone will be.

This will reportedly be an Android smartphone called the Nokia C1, which will reportedly be the company’s first Android smartphone.

Alongside the rumours we also have a leaked press render of the smartphone today, which shows a similar design to what we seen some time ago, as well as not one but two versions of the handset, one which looks to run on Windows Phone, and the other with Nokia’s Z launcher Android interface, which could suggest that you will be able to choose which OS you want when it launches.

In terms of specifications, rumours suggest that the Nokia C1 will have a 5 inch Full HD display with a 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution, an Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM and all running on Android Marshmallow.

According to rumours Nokia are working with Foxconn to build the phone.

Via: Phone Arena

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