It is true that under contract with Microsoft, Nokia can not sell smartphones until 2016, but there is nothing to prevent it from starting production of such devices. The Finnish company is working on the latest mobile phone called Nokia C1, which will run on Android.
After Microsoft acquired Nokia’s smartphones division, it could be expected that the Finnish consortium will no longer be active in the mobile device market. But the company could not give up its years of experience and although smartphones can not sell until 2016, it is probably working on a new phone now.
The device bears the working name Nokia C1 and as you can see in the attached picture, it looks quite average. From the appearance is more important technical specifications, and in this case we can count on the 5-inch screen, Intel processor, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of memory for user files. There will also be two cameras, namely 8 megapixels on the back and 5 megapixels on the front. The operating system has chosen Android 5.0 with the company launcher Z.