The Nokia X looks to be on scheduled for release at the MWC 2014. According to a report, the company has started mass producing the A110 Normandy in Hungary. The device is currently being manufactured at the Finnish giant’s Komárom plant.
Hungarian website Tech2.hu has got their hands on inside information which suggests that the Nokia X has been in production for a few weeks now. According to the report, the company’s Komárom plant is mainly used for manufacturing devices for the European market. Well, Nokia’s first Android smartphone is expected to go on sale globally. And the company’s recent color scheme change from blue to green on various country-specific social network accounts suggests the same.
The Nokia X was recently teased by the Finnish giant. An image of four arrows pointing at each other to form the letter ‘X’ was published on the official Conversations blog along with a countdown timer to the MWC 2014 event. Apart from images, a lot of information about the smartphone has been leaked online. The device will run on a forked version of Android 4.4 KitKat and it will gain steam from a 1GHz dual core Snapdragon processor.
The Nokia X will employ a custom UI which looks a lot like the WP8 interface. Also, access to Android applications will be possible via the company’s own store. A price of just $110 has even been provided by a Vietnamese retailer.
Here are the main specifications of the Nokia X:
– Android KitKat
– 1GHz dual core chipset with 512MB RAM
– 4-inch WVGA display
– 4GB internal storage
– 5MP main camera
– 1500mAh battery
– Dual SIM slots