An AnTuTu synthetic benchmark log has affirmed the existence of a Nokia device, codenamed D1C, running on Android Nougat. It was painted to be on the lower side of the mid-range in terms of specifications, though we have a couple of new spec lines now, thanks to this new information.

To recap what we learned from Geekbench runs, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 apparently runs on this thing, backed by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. What’s new is that we’re seeing a full HD screen and two cameras — one with 13 megapixels of resolution, the other with eight. In other words, par for the course.


The D1C is one of three or four smartphones that Nokia will release with the manufacturing help of HMD Global starting very late this year.

Via: GSMArena

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