There have been a lot of rumours about Nokia finally making a return to the smartphone market this year, but unfortunately, there are little chances to see this happening. On the other side, the latest rumours are pointing to a tablet being released by the end of the year, currently known as Nokia D1C.
Over the last few weeks, this name was spotted a few times, including on a Geekbench listing, as well as GFXBench, the latter offering more details about the device.
It seems that the Nokia D1C tablet will be running Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, while the display will measure a whooping 13.8 inches. The latter should sport a full HD resolution, of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Moving on with the specs, the benchmarks are also mentioning an octa-core processor, running at 1.4 GHz (a Snapdragon 430, most likely), as well as an Adreno 505 GPU and 3 GB of RAM.
In terms of internal storage, the tablet should come with 16 GB. However, the benchmark shows just 9 GB, but this could mean that the space is occupied by a couple of pre-installed apps and other stuff manufacturers install on their devices. There’s nothing about the presence or the lack of a microSD card slot.
Finally, the Nokia D1C should also be loaded with a pretty serious rear camera, relying on a 16 MP sensor, while on the front, it will have an 8 MP secondary camera. Both of them can record full HD videos.
For the moment, this is pretty much all the information we know about this device, but if Nokia decides it to release it in the near future and anything new comes up, we will be back on this topic. After all, we’re talking about the company which was once the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world!