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Rumor: Nokia’s Android phone Nokia C1 leaks in new images

After Nokia officially thrashed one old Nokia C1 rumor, one new Nokia C1 rumor is doing rounds. As per the latest rumor, below shown renders belong to the Nokia’s upcoming Android device Nokia C1. The design shown in renders is quite Nokia N1 like and the devices looks very slim. But look carefully and it looks more like a fan-made render based on Nokia N1 than an actual smartphone.b4a56101gw1evqbcxmxxrj20fa0ciq3e Nokia C1 1Again, Nokia has made it very clear by releasing a press statement that it can return to smartphones only in 2016. CEO Rajeev Suri has also confirmed that Nokia will be back to smartphones once the agreement with Microsoft is over in Q4 2016. We even broke the exclusive news that It will be Foxconn again that may get honors to launch first Nokia-branded smartphones next year.

So, while we don’t believe in claims of seeing Nokia C1 or for that reason any other Nokia-Android smartphone out in market before 2016, above device does look like an interesting rumor that may never come true!! Treat it as an eye-candy Nokia concept.

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Thanks xio-Feng for the tip. Cheers!!

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  • Wean Irdeh

    This design looks very similar to Nokia N1. Lol, didn’t Nokia have to wait for their former employees to comeback? Also I don’t want to trust any rumor for a phone that is supposed to be released next year

    • Kamal

      No, Nokia kept its “Industrial design” team intact by swiftly moving them to other team before the deal. Anyways, you are so right about the design above. But as a concept it is not bad 🙂

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