Last week saw the arrival of news that Nokia was developing a new Android phone dubbed the D1C. As it turns out, the leaked device appears to be a tablet and not a smartphone.
This was an easy assumption to make given there were no screen size details in the AnTuTu and GeekBench listings. Now a new GFXBench page for the Nokia D1C reveals that the product measures a massive 13.8 inches and outputs a resolution of 1080p.
Previous reports had asserted that Nokia was planning to release 4 devices encompassing both handsets and tablets. The new offering now looks like it belongs to the latter category given its gargantuan panel. It’ll be the brand’s second Android-based slate after the Nokia N1 which came out in 2015.
Interestingly, the D1C seems to be in possession of a SIM card slot. In terms of photography, the gadget will supposedly be blessed with a 16MP rear camera and 8MP front-facing shooter. The former has been equipped with autofocus, flash, and face detection.
Other notable specs in the listing include a basic octa-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon 430 processor, Adreno 505 GPU, 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of ROM. The Nokia slate also appears to be running Android 7.0 Nougat. It may further pack sensors like Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, accelerometer, compass, gyroscope, and pedometer.
Nokia’s new lineup of Android-powered tablets and handsets is expected to come out by Q4 2016 or Q1 2017. We’ll keep you updated on more details about the company’s products as and when they emerge out of the woodwork.