Leaked images of the flagship Nokia D1 Android smartphone along with budget Nokia E1 surface online
Seems like those of you who have put off their mobile purchases for the Nokia launch did the right thing! The leaked images of Nokia flagship D1 suggest it will be blockbuster Android smartphone that they had hoped for.
There have been several Nokia smartphone leaks which suggest at various Android smartphone designs that Nokia is working on. The latest leaked images of Nokia D1 show how the Nokia’s comeback Android smartphone will look like. But alongside that, a new Nokia E1 also appears in the images for the first time since all Nokia Android rumour began surfacing.
Nokia D1 could be the pricierNokia flagship Android smartphone that would be available to buyers in March 2017. Nokia D1 comes with 5 inches Full HD display, 13-megapixel camera, Snapdragon 430 chipset and 3GB RAM. The images of D1 reveal a simple long-from design with three buttons below the screen. The elliptical shape of the centre home button hints it could be a physical key, like with Samsung’s J series design, but will also probably include a fingerprint scanner underneath. The phone is made narrow but taller in height to probably customize it for one hand use.
Though not specifically named, the Nokia E1 appears to the second variant with a bigger 5.5 inch display and 2GB RAM. This would be in line with the previous leaks that said Nokia could launch two smartphones in the budget segment instead of one, and we have been calling them the ‘two variants of Nokia D1C’. If Nokia E1 is not that the ‘second variant’, we are looking at three budget Nokia Android phones being launched in March. Both the E1 and D1 look similar except for the size and the internal specs. The Nokia E1 Android smartphone home button is a capacity key, like the other two beside it, which means that phone would not include a fingerprint sensor. There’s Nokia branding on the top right corner with the front camera, speaker grille and sensors.
All of Nokia’s upcoming smartphones would be running on Android Nougat out of the box. Nokia will be pursuing with stock Android UI instead of developing its own UI.