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Front panel of Nokia D1C surfaces

| December 24, 2016 | 3 Replies

In any hotly anticipated device, any new information seems to pique our interest.

D1C and P being codenames (it wouldn’t be very un-Nokia if they came out with an awfully unmemorable name) the Nokia D1C is supposedly the ‘little brother’ of the Nokia P ‘flagship’. It’s midrange, 1080p, 13mp cam, 8mp front cam and Android Nougat.

This leak shot in what appears to be the manufacturing factory shows the front glass panel of the alleged D1C:

  • Android capacitive buttons
  • Slight curving slope off the edges
  • Massive gap for the home button (?fingerprint reader?)
  • Likely will have a bigger casing on the outside (like the Lumia range).

Alleged metal shell for an upcoming Nokia

BTW, what’s the phone taking the spy pic?

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Here were some liberally made renders back in early November. The home button here appears to be a capacitive circular affair vs the oblong one in the actual picture.

Similar subtle curved glass (1520)

Source: slashleak

Cheers ulov for the tip!

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Category: Android, Nokia

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  • Alvester

    Haven’t been used to seeing android navigation icons on a Nokia device. They just look awkward and weird here.

  • manu

    damn too much bottom bezels, looks a lot like galaxy s2 though

  • MuhsSalah

    Abit disappointing, it is following the recent trend of Chinese manufacturers (Huawei(in the mate 9 porsche design only), Xiaomi, Lenovo, Gionee …etc) copycatting the Samsung design of the front. Not so original, I am afraid. I was hoping for something akin to the Nokia symbian Touch devices (design only of course, lol). Not a very good start if this is their first attempt.