Days after new reports emerged about Nokia planning to roll out the first wave of its new smartphones starting early 2017, it’s time for a set of alleged Nokia D1C smartphone renders from China. Note that, these renders are basically based on the claimed sightings of the actual Nokia prototypes. Therefore, even if HDM Global, the company that bought the rights to launching the new Nokia smartphones, decides to make some changes in the final design of the handset, at least we still have an idea what to expect from the Finnish giant.
Meanwhile, three different variants of the forthcoming Nokia D1C are rumored to be preparing for debuting on the market: Black, Gold, and White. However, according to reports, only the Gold variant will come with a fingerprint sensor.
Apart from that, the Black and White variants of the Nokia D1C will come with a metal frame and polycarbonate back cover as opposed to the Gold variant’s all-metal unibody build. Unfortunately, though, Nokia fans might have to wait a bit longer for the first Nokia Android smartphone than initially anticipated. That’s because HMD Global currently seems to be mainly focusing on pre-launch affairs like marketing and distribution.