Nokia D1C Android Smartphone to Cost Rs 10,000: All You Need to Know
Finnish company HMD will bring a new generation of Nokia mobile phones to consumers. (Image: Reuters)
Nokia will be back in the smartphone game with its Android smartphone coded as the D1C at the Mobile World Congress 2017. The Nokia Android phone D1C will be reportedly priced as low as Rs 10,000.
The Nokia D1C might come in two RAM and display options- 5-inch Full HD display and 2GB RAM for an expected price of $150 (or Rs 10,000) and 5.5-inch Full HD and 3GB RAM version for $200, which roughly translates to Rs 13,000, according to a report by Nokia Power User.
There is no official confirmation on the prices while the smartphone is expected to be aggressively priced. As far as the specifications are concerned, the Nokia D1C Android phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 430 processor. The device will reportedly run the latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system.
On the camera front, the Nokia D1C will house a 13MP rear camera along with an 8MP front camera. The bigger 5.5-inch of the phone might come with a 16MP rear camera.
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Finnish company HMD recently confirmed that it will bring a new generation of Nokia mobile phones to consumers, with the first smartphone products set to be launched in the first half of 2017, alongside the existing Nokia branded feature phone business.
The launch of HMD comes just six months after the company signed a strategic licensing agreement with Nokia, giving HMD exclusive use of the Nokia brand on mobile phones and tablets worldwide for the next 10 years.
HMD has developed a unique strategic partnership model that will see it working with some of the world’s leading technology companies including Nokia, FIH Mobile Limited (FIH) and Google.
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