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Nokia C1 smartphone leaks again, could you two operating systems: Android and Windows 10 mobile

The alleged Nokia C1 Smartphone has made its way back online
The alleged Nokia C1 Smartphone has made its way back online, leaking into a fascinating new. The latest leak shows the handset under Android and Windows 10 Mobile, which is definitely interesting.(Photo: Nokia Power User )

Two smartphone operating systems

New Leaked images claim to show the alleged Nokia C1, reveals two operating systems for the unannounced handset: Android and Windows 10 mobile.

The elusive Nokia C1 leaked multiple so far, but it has yet to materialize and its formal debut. No official information available on the device, so that what we have so far on the alleged Nokia C1, including the latest leaked rendering, is still in the rumor condition. That said, Take everything with a grain of salt.

The picture above is from Nokia Power Users (NPU), the claims that it is the first time it has information from the owner in question. The publication also shows that there can be no guarantee of the authenticity of the work.

While the alleged Nokia C1 has expired in the past, the new rendering is particularly interesting because it shows two operating systems off of the handset. Earlier reports indicated a Android-powered Nokia C1, but the new image also shows a Windows 10 mobile version of the smartphones (seen on the right side behind the Z-launcher).

"Nokia brings Android Route, which we have heard, because it allows you to use the Z launcher as OS-UI level. While the render has Android version with Z Launcher UI, it looks like a nice concept as a real deal", NPU further points from.

As a reminder, Microsoft Nokia mobile unit a while back and the Finnish company is still bound by an agreement with Microsoft, which prevents it from the release of any new phone until next year. As soon as this agreement expires in the year 2016, however, Nokia will be able to return to the market for smartphones. At the same time it is worth mentioning that the deal ends in the fourth quarter of next year, so perhaps it is not until 2017 that we actually see a new Nokia smartphone on the market.

In this sense, the Render seems even more confusing. The possibility of a new Nokia C1 smartphone with two operating systems or come in two versions, each with a different OS, is not too unlikely but it is still too early to know what for sure. The design of the new leak also distinguishes itself from the design, the previously leaked, particularly if it is the location of the cameras.

He is still pretty bleak for now, but more information should come to light soon enough if the Finnish company is in fact work on a Nokia C1. In the meantime, a healthy degree of scepticism is recommended.

source: techtimes.com

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