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Nokia D1C would come to the market with two different configurations


And we are still talking about Nokia. The day presented new models from Nokia, planned in celebration of Mobile World Congress of the year coming, will leave doubts and will finally stop talking almost a blind and rumors related to the company that led the marking of non-smart phones for many years. There is much talk these past few months about what is planning to launch the company. Recent rumors suggest that Nokia D1C, which probably do not call as well (is not a trade name at all), comes to the market with two variants.

This could indicate that the Finnish company could have intended to sell variants of the same phone in different countries, something that is not new and carried out by many companies, which could indicate that Nokia wants to return to the market through the front door, something that can be counterproductive since the front door can be turned into a stone wall and the coup is harder than expected. BlackBerry is an example of this.

One of the variants of the D1c would be managed by the 430 Snapdragon, would be managed by 2 GB of RAM, would have a screen Full HD 5 inch and a back with a 13-megapixel resolution camera. While the other model, would be managed by 3 GB of RAM, a 5.5 inch display with Full HD resolution and for the photographs integrate a 16 mpx sensor. Regarding processor that manage the most powerful model, it is assumed that it would not be the 430 Snapdragon, one rather superior, but we don’t have more information in this regard.

What if it is clear, is that hitting the market during the first quarter of the coming year, these terminals would be managed by 7.0 Android Nougat, something fundamental but want that at the first hurdle, their terminals come out dead to the market, at least for many millions of users.

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