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Nokia is coming back with Bang!

Nokia D1C
Nokia is coming back with Bang!
Nokia decline was one of the heart-breaking events for the mobile industry, alongside also have a lesson for all those new brands coming to market, “you have to adopt the changing technology” and Nokia unfortunately, have not been able to keep that motive up and rejecting Android as the OS was the biggest mistake of them. Keeping the old story aside and now the company is all set to re-launch themselves with correcting the earlier mistakes.  




Nokia recently announced to make a comeback in the global smartphone market. Now, specifications of a Nokia D1C has been spotted on Geekbench 3. Looks like multiple benchmark tests were conducted on D1C, and the results were posted on September 30. Nokia D1C gained the highest of 682 in the single-core score and 3299 in the multi-core score. The site reveals D1C runs the latest Android 7.0 Nougat. It will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm processor clocked at 1.4 GHz, coupled with 3GB RAM. Other specifications of the device are currently unknown.

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Nokia had announced its plans to return to the mobile phone and tablet market in May. “Under a strategic agreement covering branding rights and intellectual property licensing, Nokia Technologies will grant HMD global Oy (HMD), a newly-found company based in Finland, an exclusive global license to create Nokia-branded mobile phones and tablets for the next ten years,” a release from Nokia said.




Nokia D1C


The phone earned scores ranging from 656 to 667 in single-core performance, while scores for multi-core performance ranged from 3,120 to 3,229. Specs like these aren’t going to get anyone to queue around the block to buy one. Despite that, they’re still pretty respectable for a mid-range device.

Of course, it’s worth emphasizing that GeekBench focuses only on how the device performs. It doesn’t explore other important attributes, like build and screen quality, or what (if any) bloatware will be installed.




The Nokia R1C isn’t the Finnish company’s first time around the Android block. If you look in the past, last year it launched the gorgeous N1 tablet, and in 2014 it launched a line of affordable phones running a heavily modified variant of Android Jelly Bean.

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Both products were relative failures, there could be many reasons for it as N1 tablets were not  the one to launch it worldwide there were many more, but Nokia will have to do something really special to avoid repeating them. It can’t just hope that nostalgia carries these new devices to success.

So what you all people think about the comeback of Nokia? Do you think Nokia can give a fight back to the company like Samsung or Apple? Let us know your views and opinion in the comment section below. 

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