nokia c1 Nokia Corporation, popularly known as NOKIA, is a multinational communications and it company, founded in 1865 with its headquarters in Espoo, Finland.Having assisted in the development of the GSM and LTE standards, NOKIA serves as major contributor to the mobile telephonic industry.After its expansion in mobile business, it works extensively on its telecommunications infrastructure business. The NOKIA brand has taken a comeback through HMD global.
Nokia Technologies works under licenses technology and the Nokia brand. Its focuses are imaging, sensing, wireless connectivity, power management and materials, and other areas such as the IP licensing program. It consists of three labs:
Radio Systems Lab: with areas of radio access, wireless local connectivity, and radio implementation;
Media Technologies Lab: with access of multimedia and interaction
Sensor and Material Technologies Lab: in areas of advanced sensing solutions, interaction methods, nanotechnologies and quantum technologies.
The nokia c1 marks the return in the global mobile market. Nokia had previously no interest to adapt the Android Operating System and later decided to manufacture their smart phones having windows platform. This resulted in the company suffering huge loss in the market share and eventually led to their acquisition by Microsoft. But the brand intends to make a powerful comeback with this device. Learning from their past mistake the brand has based its new smart phone on Android OS. It does offer good number of features but still has certain drawbacks which might affect its performance in the present competitive smart phone market.
Decent comeback from Nokia
The latest nokia c1 concept design with a very high screen to body ratio will have a powerful Snapdragon 830 Processor and 4GB RAM. The renders show an impressive Dual Camera with 12MP + 16MP sensor combinations, 5MP Selfie Camera, Xenon Flash with Triple LED, USP Type-C port and a decent 3210 mah Battery. The model running on Android 7.1 Nougat will come in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options.
Great news for Nokia fans as the company has officially confirmed that they are coming back with Smart phones in 2017.
Nokia confirms that the brand is participating in (Mobile World Congress) 2017 and their CEO will deliver a keynote. It further reaffirms Nokia’s plan to Smart phones in the coming year and the brand is expected to launch major devices soon.
nokia c1 specification
|Launch Date||10 Jun, 2017 (Expected)|
|Price||Rs. 12,999 (Expected)|
|Color||Pink, White, Grey, Gold|
|Sim Card||Dual Nano Sim|
|Network||LTE + GSM|
|Operating System||Android V6.0 (Marshmallow)|
|Internal Storage||32 GB|
|Expandable Storage||Up To 128 GB|
|Card Slot||Micro Sd Card|
|Rear Camera||13 MP|
|Front Camera||5 MP|
|Rear Flash||Single LED Flash|
|Rear Camera Features||Geo Tagging|
|Rear Auto Focus|
|Video Recording||1920×1080 @ 30 FPS, Full HD|
|Calling & Messaging|
|Audio Format||WAV, MP3|
|Video Format||DivX, MP4, 3GP|
|Processor & RAM|
|1.8 GHz Octa Core 64-bit (1.8 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A72 + 1.4 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53)|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 652|
|Size||5.5 Inches (Large)|
|Screen||Full HD Display|
|Screen Protection||Gorilla Glass|
|Sensors||Accelerometer, Proximity Sensor, Compass, Gyro Sensor|
|Resolution||1080 x 1920 Pixels, Full HD|
|Pixel Density||401 ppi|
|Screen to Body Ratio||79.9%|
|Other Input Features||Multi-Touch|
|Battery Capacity||2800 mAh|
|Battery Type||Li-Ion, Non Removable|
|2G||GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900|
|3G||HSDPA 2100 MHz / HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps|
|4G||LTE / LTE|
|WiFi||Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot|
|USB Port||Type C|
|Items in the Box||Handset, Charger, User Guide, Warranty Card|
Pros & Cons of nokia c1:
- Gesture based Z Launcher
- Intel Atom processor
- Selfie Smartphone
- Non removable battery
For those of us who thought that since Microsoft has acquired the mobile division of Nokia, the brand has ceased to exist, we could not be any more wrong. The Finnish handset maker launched its first ever Nokia branded Android tablet called Nokia N1 in November 2014. Now the speculations are riff that Nokia is working on an Android smartphone as well and recently few leaked images surfaced on the World Wide Web, which confirmed the speculations. The device is being called Nokia C1 and here is a brief overview of the handset.
Why Should You buy nokia c1 ?
Gesture based Z Launcher: It is to be expected that the new handset from Nokia would come with the same launcher and interface that was seen in this phone . This launcher is a unique take of Nokia on Android and comes with gesture support. Users can draw pattern on the display to launch certain apps or perform certain tasks.
Intel Atom processor: It is expected that the all new Nokia handset would come featuring an Intel Atom processor. While, no other dteail about the processor is known yet, we can expect the handset to be a decent performing device. In all likelihood, the processor would be a Quad-core unit with a clock speed in the range of 1.5-1.8 GHz. Moreover, it is expected that it will feature 1 GB of RAM for a consistency in performance.
Latest Android: As and when the handset comes out, it is expected to feature the latest Android available at the moment. Since it is being speculated that the handset will come out in 2017, we can safely assume that it will have Android Nougat running on it.
Why Should You Not buy nokia c1 ?
Not sure whether or not it will come: While this handset certainly looks quite promising and is one of the most awaited handset, there is no telling when this handset would be coming. Moreover, it is not even sure whether this handset will come out or not since Nokia has not said a word about the same.
Any Alternative of nokia c1 ?
Motorola Moto G4 Plus : The best budget smartphone has to be the best alternative to this phone . This handset comes with a powerful processor, latest Android, great camera and fingerprint scanner to boot. A delight for regular as well as heavy users, this one is a sure winner if you want something in the league of and cannot wait.
Adding a bit of candy the NOKIA C series offers a bit of variety too. True, the latest Nokia bunch (C1-00, C1-01, C1-02) and the Nokia C2 are all candybars.
Across the board, each nokia C series device is designed with keeping connected in mind, with either Nokia Messaging or O vi Mail is on board. Nokia Messaging brings together a pretty compelling communications package, with support for up to 10 email accounts, support for major email vendors, including business email through Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes Traveller and support for major Instant Messaging accounts, as well. Ovi Mail, on the other hand, offers an email solution for everyone. There’s a beefy 1GB of storage included, along with extras such as out of office, and tapping into Ovi Mail is easy, whether you’re on the web or on your phone. Use a PC and web browser to log in and you’ll see options to select multiple messages, sort through them by sender or date, and even drag and drop to quickly move emails from one folder to another.
nokia c1 is an outstanding phone with latest android and immersive entertainment. Its sleek curved design meets pure android experience, a beautifully designed Android phone with all the essentials. It displays as a modern classic reimagined. In world more disconnected than ever, we must all unite.
- Nokia C2 is the first dual SIM phone from Nokia
If we were to name just one thing you guys have been hankering for over the past two years, it would be dual-SIM phones. Cue the fanfare and the Nokia C2 Nokia’s first dual-SIM phone. The Nokia C2 can keep both SIM cards active, meaning calls and text messages can come to either number while the phone is on. The first SIM card on the Nokia C2 sits underneath the battery. The second SIM card is ‘hot-swappable’, a feature unique to Nokia, meaning it can be removed and inserted when the phone is on. But, what we want to know now is, what would you do with a dual-SIM phone?
Based on the same form factor as the now popular Nokia E71 and Nokia E72. Inspired by its elder brethren, the C3 brings messaging to the masses, coming as it does with Ovi Mail pre-installed so users can get up and running on email in a snap. It’s also a very capable snapper and – with GPRS and WiFi on board – is perfect for sharing pictures, too. Users can also access their favourite social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, right from the homescreen.
- Nokia C1-00 boasts double SIM functionality
We’ve had the Nokia C2 sporting dual SIM, but there’s also the Nokia C1-00 boasting double SIM. Similarly to the Nokia C2, the Nokia C1-00 can house two SIMs, but both won’t work simultaneously. Slip in your pair of SIMs and decide which one you’d like to use when you power up. Swapping is simple enough, just press the appropriate button and the handset will switch.
- It’s not all about the candybars when it comes to the Nokia Cseries
We all love a bit of candy, but the Cseries offers a bit of variety too. True, the latest Nokia C1 bunch (C1-00, C1-01, C1-02) and the Nokia C2 are all candybars, but there’s also the full QWERTY keyboard flavoured Nokia C3, and the slide-out QWERTY Nokia C6.
- The Nokia C2 has some bang-for-your-buck, and is one of the most affordable Series 40 devices to date
Not only is the Nokia C2 the first dual SIM phone to make it out of Nokia’s stable, but it’s also the most wallet-friendly Series 40 device. With more features that you could shake a smartphone-shaped stick at, it comes in at a bargain price of 45 Euros before taxes and subsidies. Along with the dual SIM, the Nokia C2 also offers a wide range of information covering healthcare, agriculture, education and entertainment via Nokia’s Ovi Life Tools, as well as the email account for the developing world, Ovi Mail. In addition to Ovi Mail, people’s favorite consumer email and chat accounts can be pushed direct to the phone via Nokia Messaging. Listening to music is simple with the FM radio and music player, with a massive amount of music storage with the phone supporting micro-SD cards of up to 32GB. There’s also enough room for up to 1,000 entries in the phone book, and a standby time of up to 16.5 days. A VGA camera, Bluetooth and GPRS also make the Nokia C2 a very attractive offering.
- Nokia C series was the first to receive a new-generation Nokia name
We’re pretty accustomed to Nokia’s naming conventions now, but the first to adopt the change was the Nokia C5. Launched back in March, the device heralded a change in Nokia’s monikers. There are now four series of devices – Nokia C series, X series, E series and N series. Whilst the latter two have been around for a while, and X series has been around since last year’s Nokia World, the latest addition of C series rounds off the complete set. What’s more, within each series of devices, we’re seeing a new range of numbers, from 1 to 9, each signifying the range of functionality on offer, and the approximate prices of the devices – 1 being the lowest and 9 being the highest.
- Ovi Life tools is available on the Nokia C series
We mentioned it above, but we think it’s worth mentioning twice as Ovi Life Tools is such a fantastic offering for many emerging markets. Sitting pretty in the Nokia C2 and Nokia C1-01 and Nokia C1-02, the SMS-based subscription service is split into three areas: agriculture; education and entertainment. Users can get daily weather updates, agriculture news and advice, plus the latest market prices for three chosen crops. The education texts provide English language tips, exam preparation hints and career information, while entertainment keeps users up to date with cricket scores and the latest ringtones.
- Messaging for the masses is what the C series does best
Across the board, each Cseries device is designed with keeping connected in mind, with either Nokia Messaging or Ovi Mail is on board. Nokia Messaging brings together a pretty compelling communications package, with support for up to 10 email accounts, support for major email vendors, including business email through Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes Traveller and support for major Instant Messaging accounts, as well. Ovi Mail, on the other hand, offers an email solution for everyone. There’s a beefy 1GB of storage included, along with extras such as out of office, and tapping into Ovi Mail is easy, whether you’re on the web or on your phone. Use a PC and web browser to log in and you’ll see neat options to select multiple messages, sort through them by sender or date, and even drag and drop to quickly move emails from one folder to another. For more updates visit to www.quickget.in