“Nokia D1C” Android Smartphone Leaked Image Renders Reveals Design Details; Does This Mean Brands Resurrection? [VIDEO]

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#NokiaD1C #AndroidPhones – Nokia D1C Android Smartphone Leaked Image Renders Reveals Design Details; Does This Mean Brands Resurrection? [VIDEO] : There has been news of Nokia’s possible return to the smartphone markets, with rumors circulating that it will release two to three models in 2017. Now, the leaked image renders of the Nokia D1C Android Smartphone have cemented these speculations.

These new images from Weibo features the upcoming phone’s design and specification details, Gadgets 360reported. The new phone will come in black, white, and gold color variants. The gold color model will feature a fingerprint scanner located under the Home Button. The other models will have capacitive buttons, which are located at the front. All of these models have their power and volume buttons on the phone’s right edge.

The phone will have a 2k display and it will have a 3.5mm headphone jack on its top edge, Phone Radar reported. The bottom part of the phone will have the ports for the speakers and the micro USB. The camera sensor is at the back of the phone, where the company branding is also placed. The SIM card slot is on the side. One obvious aspect of its design is that it has a rectangular shape, but it has rounded metal edges. These renders can’t be concrete evidence of how the phones are going to look like though. Fans of the phone must wait for further evidences to be sure.

There were leaked images in the past showing that the Nokia D1C was supposed to have a 2K resolution display. It was also expected to be IP68 dust and water resistant. The past leaks also show that the phone may have a Snapdragon 430 or Snapdragon 820 processor that comes with 3 GB of RAM. The phone is also expected to have a 13-megapixel rear camera, while its front camera may have an 8-megapixel resolution. Just recently, the giant tech company announced that it partnered up with HMD Global to develop new Android-based products. source:universityherald