Nokia's Android phone might come with 4-inch display, 5MP camera, Google Play
The handset is believed to be a low-cost phone. A leak from tipster @evleaks has already suggested that the phone may be called the Nokia X.
New Delhi: While Nokia is expected to unveil its Android phone, codenamed Normandy, at its event on February 24, a new report has emerged claiming that the phone was spotted listed on Vietnamese online retailer Thegiodidong.com. The listing page apparently has been removed.
Reportedly, the phone was listed on the e-commerce site as Nokia Normandy with specifications, including a 4-inch (854 x 480) display, Qualcomm's 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage, 5-megapixel camera, dual SIM support, and microSD support.
The listing details also mentioned that Nokia Normandy will run KitKat, Google's latest Android 4.4 KitKat, and will let users access the Google Play Store. However, the specifications mentioned on the site can not be confirmed.
While other reports doing the rounds claim that the the phone will run a stripped-down version of Android OS - quite like Amazon's Kindle Fire - and will not align with Google's own version, the new report says quite opposite to what has already been reported about its software platform.
The handset is believed to be a low-cost phone. A leak from @evleaks has already suggested that the phone may be called the Nokia X.
Nokia is expected to unveil a raft of devices, including Nokia Lumia 630, Lumia 635, metal-bodied Lumia 1820 handset, and 8-inch Lumia 2020 tablet at MWC 2014.