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Nokia’s Android Phone Normandy Might Officially be Named Nokia X

Nokia Normandy has leaked several times in the past few weeks and this only substantiates the possibility of “too good to be true” Android phone from Nokia. Trusted prolific leakster @EVleaks now claims that the Android Nokia phone, Code named Normandy, will be named Nokia X.


According to previous rumors and leaked images, Nokia Normandy or Nokia X is touted to be a low end Android phone running on new and fancy Android KitKat operating system which is resource efficient and can even support modest hardware devices with only 512 MB RAM.


In earlier leaks we saw various leaked UI images which features tiles similar to Lumia Interface. The UI images also showcased various Apps like Viber, Vine and BBM. Interestingly BBM is not available on Windows platform. Several other leaked images also portrayed vibrant colored body shells of Nokia X.


When people were craving for supreme Nokia build quality paired with rich Android eco system, they were expecting at least a mid range phone. On the low end devices, Windows Phone 8 operating system is more durable and smooth. It remains to be seen if the Nokia X can satisfy the hunger. It is also rumored that Nokia Normandy will sport a heavily customized forked Android version (similar to what Amazon does for Kindle platform), and this also implies that the phone wont support Google play store services. Nokia is expected to launch this phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC -2014) in Barcelona next month, for which Nokia has already rolled out press Invites.


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