It was slightly more than a month ago when we talked about how Nokia revealed the N1 tablet that ran on the Android platform – which is a welcome change from all of the Windows Phone devices that Nokia had been churning out all this while. Having said that, here is what looked set to be another smartphone follow up by Nokia, arriving in the form of the Nokia C1, although it has been discovered later on that this is but a fan-made render of what could have been the Nokia 900.
Of course, since this is a piece of fan fiction, why not go all the way and reveal the rest of the hardware specifications as well? The imaginary specifications sheet point to an Intel-powered chipset that has 2GB RAM, accompanied by a 5” display, 32GB of internal memory, and a probable 8MP camera located at the back – while selfie lovers will be able to capture some pretty decent shots with the front-facing 5MP camera.
Why not go all the way with the Nokia C1 arriving with Android 5.0 Lollipop right out of the box, where it will be accompanied by the Nokia Z Launcher? In reality, what we think to be the Nokia C1 is actually a conceptual render for a MeeGo-powered device of yore, which would be the Nokia 900.
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