robdevil XI, 23 Dec 2014Cmon people what you need removeable battery for? If you think a little bit you will figure out why it is a good idea.
This will not happen under the Nokia/Microsoft agreement Nokia is not allowed to "produce" smartphones or license Nokia name for next 10 years.
I dont consider the C1 and N1 as "real" Nokia devices. They are Foxconn devices and designs. Not saying that's bad but these devices has nothing to do with finnish Nokia other than branding. The N1 is an iPad clone and the C1 looks somewhat like an iPhone 6. They could still be awesome devices though.
What's up with the device names? I know it may not be final product specs, design and name but please come up with something else than C1 as there is already a C1 feature phone.
absence of 4G is not a big deal, but 720p screen is not worth it, may be nokia starts with a small new beggining and hope will have a great upcoming days with high end phones!
1)non removable battery,2) dlna(wifi) & 3)especially 4g lacking are big blunders
Highlander1978, 22 Dec 2014they've found a nice way to bypass MS contract - they do not manufacture the phone, the Foxcon... moreClever???? Actually they are dull brained for not entering android platform earlier.But came with with a crappy "Win-Sha-Droid" called nokia x series. Arrogance, vanity and too much pride lead to their failure. They don't know anything about the android OS and cannot make good phones but only crap like this C1.
Nokia please release release this and another midrange snapdragon 410 device or Intel 64bit.
Please make a flat phone like the Nokia x with 4.5. Inch display.
Oh shit. Non removable battery phone again?. Nokia, do you want to burry yourself in the graveyard?.
is this for real ?? if it is am loving it ,,dont be suprise to see nokia back in the lead from samsung once more with android devices with the andriod os
Erick, 22 Dec 2014No LTE for a mobile destined for mid 2015?FYI...this is not a flagship phone, its not even confirmed yet, just a prototype