It's been little over a month since Nokia unveiled its first Android-powered tablet, N1. Now, the Finnish company is reportedly working on the Lollipop-based new smartphone.
A Chinese media website, TechWeb, has got hold of the internal document of Nokia containing a snapshot and internal hardware details of the the yet-to-be-launched smartphone codenamed C1.
The photo is a bit blur so we cannot infer anything other than the curved corners on the edges, single speaker grill on top (middle) of the display and a white-hued cover on the rear-side.
As far as specifications are concerned, it is said to sport a 5.0-inch screen, Android 5.0 Lollipop OS, an Intel-based SoC (System on Chip), 2GB RAM, 32GB inbuilt memory, 8mp camera on the rear side and a 5mp snapper on the front.
As of now, Nokia is yet to respond to the rumours on the Internet. Until the company comes out and clears the air over the rumours, this report will remain as pure speculations.
If the report turns out to be true, Nokia has to come up with a new game plan to launch new smartphones to market the phone cause the Microsoft-Nokia acquisition deal reportedly states that the Finnish company cannot use Nokia brand in any of its new Smart/Feature phones until Q4 2016.
Many believe Nokia can instead collaborate with other OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) like Foxconn with whom it introduced N1 tablet last month.