Business Featured Nokia’s Newest Phone D1C Will Come Android Nougat 7.0 By Kenneth Posted on October 3, 2016 6 min read 1 0 Nokia is preparing for a re-entry in the smartphone market with its Nokia D1C, powered by Android Nougat. Nokia has been living a low-profile life ever since it sold its phone business to Microsoft. And even Microsoft is finding it hard to compel users to buy its Microsoft Lumia devices over Android and iOS. In Nokia’s case, it appears as if the Finnish company wants to make a comeback and reclaim its throne. Nokia still one of the best and phone manufacturers in my opinion and this because of their consideration for user experience, ruggedness and simplicity. Even though they have been out of the scene for a while, Nokia D1C should be a force to reckon with knowing the capabilities of Nokia as a brand. According to a report by fossbytes.com, Nokia D1C is Nokia’s new smartphone in the making. The device which seems to be a mid-range-focused smartphone features a Snapdragon 430 SoC having 3 gigs of RAM, Adreno 505 GPU and Android Nougat 7.0. D1C has achieved a single-core score of 656 and a multi-core score of 3120. It has existed since its Lumia series was striving to compete Apple iPhone and Google’s Android army. In 2014, Nokia released XL and XL Dual which ran a forked Jelly Bean. The was also an Android-powered N1 tablet but couldn’t make any major impact in the market. Share this:SharePocketWhatsAppTelegramPrintFacebookTwitterGooglePinterestLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related Related Content : Can I Charge my smartphone overnight ?