The popularity of Nokia hasn’t gone down. Yes, people have now started opting for different brands and Nokia as a brand has been pushed to the bottom of the table, but there are still a lot of people who want Nokia to come up with great smart-phones and/or tablets to make some impact on the market. The wish of many Nokia enthusiasts have come true as Nokia has launched D1C, which is the first device by the company after selling its mobile business to another giant named ‘Microsoft’. D1C is not a smart-phone, but it is a big device that can be easily called a tablet. The screen size of D1C is 13.8, which is bigger than some of the notebooks made by Apple. The tablet runs on Android 7.0, which is quite exciting, as no device presently is running on Android 7.0. It is hard to make out if it is true info or just the rumors that we’ve been seeing and hearing all these months.
The strategy of Nokia to choose a tablet that too of the size of a notebook as a comeback device confuses many experts. If we go by the past of the company, then it has done a lot worse in the tablet field than the smart-phone. With a plethora of examples present on the market like Nokia N1, Windows RT Lumia tablet and more, I don’t know why Nokia would take such a risk. People have already predicted that it is going to be a flop show, but many people are still hopeful that the company would revive its lost fame and reputation with this tablet.
Many experts who followed Nokia very closely believe that the company hasn’t learned from its past mistakes because otherwise, who would have thought that they will make a tablet with a 13.8 inch screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 for re-entering into the field of tablets and smart-phones. These specs clearly depict that the device is going to have slow pixel density.
If you are disappointed with those specs, then here are some more disappointing figures for you. This tablet sports 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, out of which, only 9GB is available for users. Talking about the processor of the device then, it runs on 1.4 GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, which is not that great as well. The camera is the only bright spot, as D1C has a 16MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera.
The type of machine and the hardware that we just have discussed doesn’t mix well, right? But, let us wait until the company comes out with its own explanation behind launching such a device. Maybe they have something great to tell that we don’t know yet. With so many Android devices out in the market, Nokia can provide people with the best option because people have lost interest in what they are being offered presently. So, we all have to wait and watch until Nokia launches D1C.
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