Nokia has posted a short promotional video that shows the company’s technology, vision, and achievements. However, at around 1:19 of the video, an interesting smartphone device appeared on screen for a few seconds.
Nokia is rumoured to be making a smartphone, reportedly called the C1, which would be its first since Microsoft acquired its phone business for $7.2 billion (£5 billion).
Sources claim that the smartphone supports a unibody design with an impressive screen-to-body ratio. The device is expected to feature a 5-inch 1080p Full HD display, and is likely to be powered by an Intel Atom chipset with 2GB of RAM. The C1 will probably feature an 8MP rear camera together with a 5MP front shooter, and will be running Android Marshmallow right out of the box.