Nokia’s upcoming slate of Android phones have gotten leaked yet again in a mix of hands-on snaps and design sketches. A few key specs of the handsets have come out as well, ranging from mid-range to high-end.
The image above is apparently that of a mid-range offering called the Nokia E1. The photos were initially believed to be of the oft-rumored D1C. However, The Android Soul later highlighted a screenshot of the phone’s firmware build which contained the name E1.
The photos of the supposed Nokia E1 were apparently sourced from a lab or production site in China. The tipster behind the leak claims that the handset will feature Android 7.0 Nougat, a Snapdragon 600 series processor, 64GB of internal storage, and 4GB of RAM.
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The real-life images are additionally accompanied by design drafts of two Nokia handsets which may or may not be variants of the E1. One ships with a physical home button likely embedded with a fingerprint scanner, while the other does without one.
As for the second set of live images, there’s no way to determine which handset it depicts as of now. PlayfulDroid alleges that it’s a mid-range 5.2-inch Nokia Android phone. Little else can be gleaned from the snaps. Previous rumors have claimed that the brand is also working on a flagship device dubbed the Nokia P.
The Nokia P is expected to carry Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor, 6GB of RAM, and a Zeiss-constructed 23MP rear camera. We’ll let you know as and when more details about the company’s series of devices drops in.