Nokia 1100 with Android 5.0 & Quad-core Mediatek processor shows up

Nokia 1100Nokia made it very clear while announcing Nokia N1 that it plans to bring Android powered Nokia-branded smartphones too, but can’t do it before Q4 2016. But rumors of fake “Nokia C1” have been making rounds and still get posted. That shows the love that Nokia Fans still have for their beloved brand.

So, here is something that should make you bit happy. Nokia 1100 was a legend of phones in terms of huge popularity and sales and guess what, it is now back with Android 5.0 and quad-core Mediatek processor. Yes, it seems Nokia is testing one of its upcoming Android smartphones and has named it Nokia 1100 at least for “benchmarks”.

The specs reveal a low to mid-range Nokia Android smartphone.

Operating System Android 5.0
Model NOKIA 1100
Processor ARM MT6582 @ 1.30 GHz
1 processor, 4 cores
Processor ID ARM implementer 65 architecture 7 variant 0 part 3079 revision 3
L1 Instruction Cache 0 KB
L1 Data Cache 0 KB
L2 Cache 0 KB
L3 Cache 0 KB
Motherboard gionee82_wet_jb5
Memory 466 MB

Coming to what the benchmark doesn’t reveal, you can take a guess based on the MediaTek MT6582 processor specs below.

  • ARM Cortex-A7 quad-core processor (1.3GHz)
  • Multi-mode Release 8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA
  • 1280 x 720 (HD) display controller
  • 802.11x Wi-Fi , Bluetooth, GPS, FM receiver
  • 8MP image signal-processor
  • 1080p Full HD video recording and playback at 30fps


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  • Carlo Raso

    nokia should have done this ages ago. Windows for mid to high end. android for low to mid end.

  • Laol

    this is old low-end gionee smartphone

  • JLIT99

    And the return begins! I hope it has some trademark Nokia features to it. The board is a Gionee board, so it’s based heavily off Chinese generic OEM hardware.

    Not digging the RAM size though. It was too little on WP, so is definitely too little on Android. Hope that changes soon.