A mysterious new Nokia device has been spotted on the database of Geekbench, it corresponds to the model D1C and has latest Android 7.0 Nougat. Remember that the Finnish mark had been absent from the mobile market for a long time after its denouement with Microsoft.
Mysterious Nokia Android Smartphone Spotted On GeekbenchThe Finnish smartphone manufacturer Nokia, which until recently had been the standard bearer of the tech giant Microsoft in the sector of smartphones with Windows operating system, it was little more than broken up by the latter company in a deal that closed in 2014. However, this transaction left the Finns as made one disgust today and it is not known whether it will last much longer.
One of the clauses of the agreement was not used in competition from Nokia, that is its name, yes, in future nobody else can use the brand name Nokia as its own brand name or to can not use it to manufacture any type of electronic goods. However, a few days back a strange device appeared known as Nokia D1C in the Geekbench terminal input range, whose main claim is the presence of the new Android 7.0 Nougat.
This time, it would be a mid-range device which is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 64-bit Octa-Core 1.4 GHz processor along with the 3GB of RAM. For now, the further specifications are unknown, as the web does not show them, but they were held up to five tests, being the highest in ‘Single-Core’ 682 and ‘Multi-Core’ 3229.
Even some other rumors indicate that the screen would be around 5.2 or 5.5 inches, placing it as a phablet for the mid-range market. This formula would be quite nice, however, the chosen resolution would be critical to its success. Just a big company like Nokia, you can expect anything.
Furthermore, the website also reveals that the device would come with Android 7.0 Nougat. There are rumors which also say there could be a total of three or four devices in the process, one of which would be the Nokia D1C, two that come with the Snapdragon 820 and possibly the fourth one could be a smartphone or tablet as we hinted earlier.