#Nokia #D1C front panel leaks – comes with fingerprint scanner

From China with love come pictures of the front panel of the alleged midrange Android smartphone Nokia D1C. Above the screen we can clearly see the iconic Nokia logo, and beneath the screen is the place reserved for a fingerprint scanner. Let’s recap D1C’s specs

  • Screen: 5 / 5,5 -inch, 1080p
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 430
  • GPU: Adreno 505
  • RAM: 2 GB / 3 GB
  • Memory: 16 GB / 32 GB (?)
  • Connectivity: SIM card, Wi-Fi, BT, GPS
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, gyro
  • Main camera: 13MP /16 MP
  • Front facing camera: 8 MP
  • OS: Android Nougat 7.0
  • Price: 150$/200$

HMD’s first Nokia-branded smartphone, the D1C, is expected to be unveiled on MWC17 next year. Down below you can take a look at the back of the alleged midrange Android smartphone.


  • PNHD

    Capacitive buttons near the bottom of the phone. Fuck ergonomics. I wish more manufacturers used Onepluses implementation with a on screen/capacitive combo. Give people the choice. Anyways i’m hoping they have something else in store for the flagship cause so far , between the leaked specs and leaked pictures of the front and back, it’s very unimpressive. Not a good way to relaunch the brand if all you got is another variation of the htc one, one plus, oppo iphone design

    • Don’t know bro,holding my 5.5 inch phone and the path of the thumb doesn’t seem hard, or long if control keys are down there. That way the screen will be full 5.5 inch

      • PNHD

        I have medium sized hands and i’m still having trouble sometimes using my P9 with onscreen keys. It’s the main reason why i didn’t went with the Galaxy S7. It was difficult to reach the bottom of the phone with my thumb without risking the phone falling off from my hand. And that one is 5.1 inches with very small bezels. Not the case here. Plus it seems like the homebutton will be physical instead of capacitive and i really don.t like how those type of buttons wiggle. Apple, HTC and Motorola did a good job by keeping them capacitive. Especially Apple cause i really like their implementation. Cheers

  • Rce

    This Looks like Nokia N900 ,so Nokia old days design is back..