So here’s something more regarding the first ever Android-based smartphone from Nokia, the Normandy. A new set of speculations have made their way to the internet and it suggests that the device will go by the name of Nokia X.
We are not exactly convinced about the moniker considering that the Finnish manufacturer always follows a number scheme for its devices. But what compels us to consider the possibility of this being the real deal is that the rumor has surfaced via none other than the reliable source of information, @evleaks.
And that’s definitely not all. You will be glad to know that this Twitter handle has managed to dig out the specifications of the phone in question. Considering that this is the first time when Nokia is foraying into the Android category, the conglomerate has decided to keep it simple and the X smartphone has basically been designed for the budget-friendly market segment.
A WVGA touchscreen measuring 4 inches diagonally reside on the front panel and the flip side is dominated by a 5MP camera. A dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor ticking at 1GHz stays within the smartphone to ensure multitasking and 512MB of RAM plays its accomplice.
Nokia X: 2 x 1GHz Snapdragon, 4" WVGA, 512MB / 4GB / microSD, 5MP, 1500MAh, Nokia Store + 3rd party, dual-SIM, 6 colors.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) January 28, 2014
Furthermore, the upcoming Nokia X phone features dual SIM card slots and its total internal memory is of 4GB. Don’t worry, you do get the option of increasing it further. A 1500mAh battery fuels it from within and apart from Google Play, you can expect access to the Nokia Store as well. The gadget will come drenched in 6 different shades.
The Nokia X or Normandy Android phone’s availability details are under wraps.
Purported specifications at a glance:
– 4-inch WVGA touchscreen
– 5MP rear camera
– Android OS
– 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
– 512MB of RAM
– 4GB onboard memory, expandable
– Dual SIM card slots
– 1500mAh battery