Nokia may be preparing its smartphone comeback in 2016. An alleged image has leaked of the C1, which will mark its return.
There will be two versions of the C1, according to reports. Renders feature one device running a full version of Android with Nokia's Z Launcher on top and the other running Windows 10.
The handset seems to be aimed at those looking for a mid-range device. It apparently features a 5-inch Full HD screen, an Intel processor, and 2GB RAM. One version will reportedly run Windows 10, while another will run a full version of Android.
It's thought that Nokia will have to outsource the actual manufacturing of the device so it doesn't break its agreement with Microsoft not to manufacture any new phones until Q4 2016. It's as yet unknown what smartphone manufacturer might be tasked with this.