Upcoming Nokia Smartphones Rumored to Cost Around $150

by Suhaib 2

It is already known that the Finish brand Nokia is going to finally lift the curtains of its smartphones in 2017, which is just around the corner. New bits of information are surfacing every now and then about these upcoming smartphones. New rumors suggest that the first Nokia branded phones will be priced somewhere around $150 (1037 Yuan). The reason behind this aggressive pricing is that Nokia wants to capture as much market share as possible initially which will definitely help the brand in the long run.


Reports have surfaced which suggest that Nokia branded smartphones will be launched by HMD Global in February at the Mobile World Congress event. The first smartphone from the brand is rumored to be called as the Nokia D1C which has flooded the internet many times in past some months.

Nokia D1C is said to be launched in two variants with the high-end variant priced at $200 (1383 Yuan) and will come with 3GB RAM, sporting a 5.5-inch 1080p display. The basic model will carry a price tag of $150 and will come with 2GB RAM and a smaller 5-inch 1080p display.

Read More: Rumor: Nokia D1C to Come in Two Versions Different in RAM, Camera & Display Sizes

Previously some reports also claimed that the high-end model of Nokia D1C will be equipped with a 16MP sensor while there will be a 13MP sensor on the base model. Rest of the specifications of both these variants are said to be same with 1.4GHz Snapdragon under the hood aided by Adreno 505 GPU, 16GB of internal storage, 8MP sensors up front and Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.