Nokia X, XL and X+ all were just experimenting for a good beginning in 2014 and post-Microsoft era, Nokia will be evolved brand covering not only Lumia phones but also Android as well. Previous Nokia employees have formed a new company called HMD Global and they acquired all the rights to sell phones under Nokia brand.
First, the Nokia N1 was announced and Nokia C1 is been rumored to be upcoming Android devices. After a deal with Microsoft, Nokia is all set to make a comeback in smartphone business in 2017. The alleged image of this was popped up online giving us a brief idea on what the device should look like. Along with it, the device specs has been rumored with Intel made chipset with 2 GB RAM, 5-inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels HD display, 32 GB internal memory and 8-megapixel primary camera. There is also 5 megapixel front facing camera just for the sake of better selfies.
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The Nokia C1 will be launched with Android 5.0 Lollipop on top of Nokia’s proprietary Z Launcher. Microsoft has once again roped in Foxconn for this big news. There is no information about its availability but it will be launched in first quarter of 2015, maybe at Mobile World Congress 2015.