New Nokia device with 3GB RAM & Android 7.0 shows up in Benchmark tests


It appears that the long wait is almost finally over loyal Nokia fans with a yet to be released Nokia smartphone popping up multiple times in a Geekbench benchmark tests.

While benchmark tests don't show us the whole picture it does reveal a few important details about the specifications of the device and it's likely pricing. Going by the Geekbench benchmark, the device codenamed "D1C" is likely to be a budget device with a lowly Qualcom made Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor with an Adreno 505 GPU, although with a  rather generous 3GB RAM.

The new device is a product of the union of Nokia and HMD Technologies and is likely to be produced by FIH (Foxconn), the same company that manufactures the iPhone and iPad for Apple.