Do you remember the Android-Powered Nokia X Lineup? No, it won’t be resurrected, but Nokia will make its return with a smartphone that will run on Android 7.0.1 OS and which rumors suggest that it will be announced at MWC 2017. The leaked device is named Nokia Pixel, as it was just spotted on GeekBench.
It seems that the Nokia Pixel isn’t the only smartphone that Nokia is planning to bring next year. On the same website has appeared another Nokia device called the D1C, which is a mid-ranger powered by Snapdragon 430 processor that’s coupled with an Adreno 505 GPU and 3GB of RAM. When it firstly appeared on AnTuTu, the device had a 1080p display, a primary camera of 13MP and a secondary camera of 8MP, but Geekbench has revealed that the octa-core 1.4 GHz processor has obtained a score of 682 in the single-core test and 3,229 points in the multi-core test. And this device was also running on Android Nougat, but most likely, when it will be released, it will arrive under a different name, because Google already “owns” the Pixel branding. Also, the third phone spotted on the GeekBench used a dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor, an Adreno 302 GPU and supported only 1GB of RAM, as well as Quick Charge 3.0.
Nokia Ara And Genymotion C2-00 PureView
Two other leaked smartphones are named Nokia Ara and Nokia Genymotion C2-00 PureView, but are pretty sure that their names will be changed by the company. The former is also powered by a Snapdragon 200 processor that’s backed by 1GB, but this entry level smartphone runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. The latter has a different kind of internal configuration, meaning that it’s fueled by an Intel Pentium G3220 single-core processor that supports 1.5 GB of RAM. These are the only the details we know so far about the alleged upcoming Nokia devices, but when we’ll find out more information, we will let you know. w
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