Yesterday, rumour-ville had it that another Nokia-branded Android device, this time a smartphone, was in the works. Named C1, the 5-inch display smartphone would supposedly run Android Lollipop, and be powered by an Intel processor and 2GB of RAM. It would have an 8 megapixel front-facing camera and 32 GB of internal storage.
Like the N1 tablet, C1 would run pure Android OS with Nokia’s Z launcher on top. The device would supposedly be manufactured by Foxconn.
Sounded juicy, except that it turned out that the “leak” was a fanboy rendering. It was all made up. Still, perhaps we can play with the idea a little. No harm done; right?
Would you like to see a pure Android OS smartphone from Nokia, and if so, what are the specs you would love to see it have?
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