It is very glad to hear that Nokia is returning to the mobile phone market, after the acquisition of the company by Microsoft, made a small debut of hope last week by appearing on GeekBench results named D1C. Microsoft forbade the Nokia’s Cell Phone making rights until 2016 from 2014 when they acquired Nokia. And now the time arrives for the old aged legend in Smartphone market, decided to get restarted with Android device.
The same device spotted on Geekbench; Nokia D1C has now appeared on AnTuTu Benchmark results confirming the same specs. From the last week’s Geekbench result, Nokia D1C boasts a Mid-Ranger (Entry) SoC Snapdragon 430, paired with 3GB of RAM, runs Android Nougat. Now the AnTuTu result confirms the specs popped out from Geekbench, including the same processor, RAM, and the Adreno 505 GPU.
Additionally, AnTuTu also reveals the 1920 x 1080 px resolution display and the camera modules of 13MP on Primary Camera department and 8 MegaPixel for selfie shots. The Internal Storage is 32GB, and runs the Android Nougat 7.0 onboard, expecting a Nokia UI, similar to that of Windows Mobile UI, as they did in Nokia X and X2.
Nokia is just re-entering into the Smartphone market after a long nap, and the things have changed a lot. It is not a better time to create pricey devices with fewer specs, and nothing matters even when they were king in the phone market. So the Nokia has decided to start with a mid-ranger or an “entry-level+” device to get the market pulse, and the D1C is expected to carry the price tag below $200.