Nokia likely to Introduce first smartphone “C1” after Microsoft Acquisition

A set of photos of an android phone is making rounds these days on the web overnight. It reveals alleged new Nokia C1 as predicted from the buyers. Although Nokia has been prohibited to launch any new smartphone till 2016, the new development, however, doesn’t appear a violation. The reason is that the clause doesn’t seem to exist anymore, in acquisition contract of Microsoft with Nokia.

Esp. after the launch of N1, whose real manufacturer is Foxconn and the slate of N1 was provided by Nokia for giving it an identity. This potentially has paved way for Nokia C1. It is also leaked that it resembles the N1 design-wise and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop. As far as the specs are concerned it may turn out to be 5 inch screen, an intel-made chipset, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, an 8MP rear camera and 5MP front snapper.

"Turns out that the phone is nothing more than a concept device."