Nokia reportedly launching 5 Android phones at MWC 2017; Nokia D1C possible price, specs revealed

Nokia is bound to make a comeback and it is expected that HMD Global will use the 2017 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2017 as the venue for launching new Nokia Android phones. HMD Global will reportedly introduce five Nokia phones in 2017. A new Nokia Android phone, codenamed Nokia D1C, has been making the headlines for quite some time. But now, the Finnish company is developing four more phones for 2017, Digi Times reported. The four new Android Nokia phones could sport display sizes between 5 and 5.7 inches, in either Full HD or WQHD resolutions, the publication quoted industry sources as saying. The sources also said that panel suppliers for the devices include Century Technology, LG Display and Innolux. In addition, FIH will reportedly be a production partner.



Other details of these four upcoming Android phones were not revealed, but bits of information about Nokia D1C start to emerge. Nokia D1C is likely the first Android Nokia phone to make a debut at the MWC 2017, a Chinese language site Technews.com reported, as cited by Digi Times. The report added that the device is expected to be available in two variants: one is a cheaper device with 2 GB of RAM and a 5-inch Full HD display, priced at $150 and the other comes with a 3 GB of RAM and a larger 5.5-inch display priced at $200. Other rumored specs of Nokia D1C include 13-megapixel and 16-megapixel cameras and 16 GB or 32 GB storage options. Nokia D1C is also likely to run on a Snapdragon 430 chip from Qualcomm and carry an Adreno 505 GPU on board. The latest tip about the new Android Nokia phones for 2017 gives the impression that HMD Global is working on different affordable Android Nokia phones that will target different markets, Tech Shout reported. D1C is said to be not flagship worthy but HMD could be developing a premium phone that should feature a 2K display and a Carl Zeiss camera lens.
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