Nokia D1C expected to launch in two variants starting Rs 10000

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Nokia D1C expected to launch in two variants starting Rs 10000
Nokia is expected to launch the much-awaited Nokia DIC smartphone at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017 (MWC). The specifications of the Nokia D1C have been leaked. According to latest reports, the price of Nokia D1C is expected to start at Rs. 10000. However, we don’t have an official confirmation about the exact price.

Hence, you should accept this only with a pinch of salt.

A report published on NokiaPowerUser reveals that the new Nokia D1C will be available in both 2GB and 3 GB RAM variants. While the 2GB RAM model will be priced a $150 (Rs. 10000), the 3GB RAM variant will be available at $200 (Rs. 13000).

Nokia D1C specifications

Regarding specifications, the Nokia D1C will be equipped with a Snapdragon 430 processor, Adreno 505 graphics loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat. You can expect both 5-inch and 5.5-inch display models. Both of them will bear Full HD display. If rumors are to be believed, you can expect Android 7.1 Nougat loaded by default into the new handset.

Coming to optics, the rear camera will feature 13MP sensor for the 5-inch handset. If you look at the 5.5-inch model, it will ship with a 16MP enlarged sensor. You can expect 8MP front-facing snapper. The latest leaks collaborate the reports from the previous leaks.

HMD Global confirms India as a major tech power

In a bid to re-enter the smartphone industry, Nokia has established a strategic partnership with HMD Global. By signing a 10-year brand licensing agreement with Nokia, HMD is gearing up to launch several smartphones and tablets in 2017.

Responding to media, HMD Global CEO Arto Nummela disclosed that India is a key primary market for Nokia’s next phase of this journey. The rumored pricing of Rs. 10000 is attributed to cater to the demands of emerging markets. You should note that Nokia D1C will be manufactured by Foxconn.

Nummela added that the growing relationships with mobile service providers, distributors and retailers could push HMD to sell the upcoming Nokia D1C not only in India but also Indonesia and Russia.

A study conducted by Strategy Analytics reveals the fact that Nokia occupies a major market share in the feature phone segment. However, Nokia had lost ground over Samsung and TCL in the last one year.

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