The Android-based Nokia X will be announced in March, rumors say
Nokia X will be officially presented in the end of March, according to sources
Believe it or not, Nokia will release an Android running entry-level smartphone, and it is happening soon. The latest rumors and leaks about the Nokia X aka Nokia Normandy unveiled a lot about the specs and the appearance of the new handset. It is promising to be a low-end device in colorful shells. The new leak about the phone sounds more serious than before because it comes from the Senior Nokia Executive Officer in India. He confirmed that the Nokia X will really be launched as part of the Asha line. The announcement of the device is set for the end of March. The Nokia’s employee revealed also that around the same time when the Nokia X will arrive in the mobile arena another dual-SIM Windows Powered device will make its official debut.
For those of you who already find it difficult to follow all the new information about the upcoming model we will summarize what we know so far. The Nokia X will come with a 4-inch WVGA display with the modest resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. On the inside will be working a dual-core processor ticking at 1.2GHz. There are 512MB RAM and 4GB built-in memory on board. Nokia X will be equipped with a 5MP camera on the back. It is expected to arrive in several color variants. The phone is not an example for mind-blowing specs, but it will provide the basic functionality of a modern smartphone, perhaps at affordable price. Rumors say that the model will be released with a dual-SIM option.
Overall it is great news that we will finally see an Android-based smartphone by Nokia. So far it seems that the Nokia X is not Google certified so even if it runs on the Google’s platform, it will not provide an access to the Google Play Store. Nokia will provide abundance of apps in Nokia app store, according to the latest gossips.