It looks like we might have the first glimpses of Nokia’s first Android smartphone. In case you do not have the full gist of how Nokia got to this point, Nokia’s mobile division was sold to Microsoft in 2013 on the condition that Nokia was to stay away from producing smartphones till 2016.
Of course, Nokia denied early reports that they would return to the smartphone business. Not all of us believed them. Eventually, Nokia admitted that they would make smartphones again.
Below is a supposed render of what could be Nokia’s first Android smartphone, the C1:
It is expected to be a 5-inch device. What do you think of the design? Take it with a pinch of salt, as this isn’t official. According to the Microsoft sale terms, Nokia’s first Android smartphone should not hit the market earlier than January 2016.
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