Nokia C1 Release With Windows 10 and Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Images of the Nokia C1 shows that the company’s new product will come in two versions: Windows 10 and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Earlier this year, Nokia, the Finnish company that was once the absolute leader in the market of mobile phones, has confirmed that they will return to the smartphone market at the end of 2016. Note that due to contractual obligations from businesses with Microsoft, Nokia must wait until 2016 for the launch of new mobile devices.

Now Nokia C1 appeared after some leaked images on the Internet. All information and rumors have suggested that the phone will use a variation of the Android operating system and will run the Z Launcher app from Nokia. The new information shows that the smartphone will come in a version that will be powered by Windows 10. This means that there will be two versions of the phone with two operating systems.

In addition, an image from September shows the camera placed on the center of the back cover, while the last image shows the camera placed in the top left corner. Nokia C1 will be available in several colors: white, gold, pink and gray.

According to the leaks, Nokia C1 could be equipped with 5-inch FHD display, an 8 megapixel camera on the back (or a 13MP one) and 5 megapixel front camera. Also, it appears that will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Earlier reports suggested that Nokia C1 will have an Intel processor and 2GB of RAM.

Until we have more information from Nokia on its future smartphone, these rumors should be treated as such.