Upcoming Nokia with Android to be Introduced in India with a Marketing Campaign
Upcoming Nokia with Android Prepared for Lunching in India, with a Marketing Campaign around the Indian Premier League in Cricket
The upcoming Nokia with Android is in the center of attention. We have already discussed why Nokia would plan to launch an Android device. There were photos of the upcoming Nokia with Android which were leaked to the audience. We also discussed the unveiling of the new Nokia device at MWC 2014. Now there is news of Nokia organizing a marketing campaign in India for it. Developers in India have got the device. They say that the upcoming Nokia Android is not going to be able to access Google services. They also say it is not going to access the Play Store. The new device is going to rely on Nokia services. It is to use Nokia services such as HERE and Music. It is also to use Microsoft services. With the upcoming Nokia with Android users will get Outlook, OneDrive, Skype, and other Microsoft service. The solution to the absence of access to Google services is the following, The app APK can be downloaded and then downloaded on the upcoming Nokia, aka Nokia X, or Mokia Mormandy.
The planned launching of the upcoming Nokia in India is organized with a marketing campaign. The marketing campaign involves IPL. That is the Indian Premier League. The League is a cricket league in India. The campaign is to take place in the beginning of April.
According to app developers who have already tested the upcoming Nokia for Android, the configuration of their apps for AoL is easy. There is no need for large changes. They also discuss the absence of access to Google services. Sideloading the app APK that is available on the Google Play Store is also discussed by a number of developers. And naturally all developer concerned discuss the availability of top apps in the Nokia AoL. The apps are the ones already available for Android and iOS devices. AoL is the Asha on Linux, the name for the Nokia store.
Source: BGR India, Evleaks (Twitter)