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Thursday, 10 November 2016

Images of Upcoming Nokia D1C Leaked and They Look Gorgeous


Day after day we are getting more news about the Nokia’s upcoming smartphones. The information we get from most of the sources is not reliable as one contradicts the other.
A few days back we got news stating about HMD Global company building the Nokia phones in the coming years. They have already appointed a UK-based independent PR agency Mother to take care of the marketing campaign.
We can be sure that the Mother’s first project won’t come out until next year, which suggests that HMD Global might not introduce any Nokia handsets the current year.
Previous rumors claimed the first Nokia phones in a long time will be unveiled later this year, while two other high-end phones might be revealed in Q2 2017.
One of these unannounced smartphones appeared in many leaks as Nokia D1C. Some pictures of the alleged phone emerged several weeks ago, so pretty much every Nokia fans was willing to jump in the hype train.
Unfortunately, we might have to wait a while longer for the first Nokia phones to arrive, as HMD Global is more concerned about marketing and distribution of these devices.

Three Different Colors, Specs and Designs

Still, it doesn’t hurt to learn a bit more about Nokia’s upcoming smartphones, even if they haven’t been confirmed yet. A set of images showing the alleged Nokia D1C have just leaked directly from China.
These renders are based on the images of real Nokia prototypes, the source claims. Even if HMD Global could still make some changes the final design of the phone, at least we have an idea of what’s to come.
Three version of the Nokia D1C are rumored to arrive on the market: Gold, Black and White. However, only the Gold version will come with fingerprint sensor, whereas the Black and White colors will lack this feature.
Also, the Black and White versions of the D1C will have a metal frame and polycarbonate back cover, while the Gold model should feature an all-metal unibody design. We believe these rumors are a bit far-fetched, so take them with a tint of salt.