Last week, a render of “Nokia C1” popped out of nowhere, showcasing two versions of the handset. One of the variants runs on Android OS, while the other employs Windows 10. Now, a new leak points to the key configuration details of the upcoming device, along with a new render.

Nokia’s CEO Rajeev Suri recently acknowledged that the company will be releasing branded devices towards the end of Q4 2016. This is when the agreement between Nokia and Microsoft ends. According to rumors, the first device from Nokia will be the C1.

The brand new render from Nokia Power User, citing an anonymous source, shows the sides of the Nokia C1 smartphone. Although, not much information can be gathered from a side-angled image, the same tipster apparently revealed that the C1 will come as two variants with different display sizes on board.

Speaking of leaked specifications, the Nokia C1 will reportedly feature 5.0-inch and 5.5-inch displays, bundled with the same Full HD screen resolution. Even though, there’s no word on the processor, this mid-range device will apparently come backed by 2 GB and 3 GB of RAM configurations.

The model with 2 GB RAM is believed to come equipped with 32 GB of native storage space. The 3 GB RAM clad variant, on the other hand, will flaunt 64 GB of built-in memory.

Nokia-C1-Rumor Check out the alleged render pertaining to the upcoming Nokia C1 handset, which is believed to come as both Android and Windows 10 variants. Photo: Nokia Power User

When it comes to camera specification, one of the versions of Nokia C1 will reportedly house a good-enough 8-megapixel rear-facing sensor, in addition to a generous 5-emgapixel front-facing shooter for selfies. The other model will feature a solid 13-megapixel primary sensor. However, the secondary shooter is the same 5-megapixel unit.

On the software front, as reported earlier, Nokia will make use of Windows 10 and Android OS, depending on the region of release. In any case, readers should note that the Finnish tech giant has not confirmed any Nokia C1 specifications so far.

Meanwhile, Nokia is apparently working on “consumer wearables.” A new Android-based wearable gadget specific to “Digital Health” is under development. To top it off, the company also has some presence in the Digital Media business. Not to forget, Nokia released a VR camera device named “Nokia Ozo” on Nov. 30. The Ozo is reportedly capable of recording 360-degree spherical video. The device costs $60,000 and will start shipping in Q1 2016, Engadget reported.