Nokia is expected to unveil quite a few devices at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona next month. The company has already sent out invites for its press conference. It is rumored that Nokia will unveil its much anticipated Android smartphone at MWC. Widely known by its codename “Normandy” or Nokia X, this Android device has been keeping the rumor mill churning constantly over the past few weeks. Once again, purported Nokia X images have leaked online.
Under the hood, the 4 inch WVGA display packing Nokia X is expected to tout a 1.2Ghz dualcore processor with 512MB RAM, 4GB expandable storage, a 5 megapixel rear camera as well as optional dual-SIM capability. Its basically an Android mirror of the Lumia 520, one of Nokia’s best selling Windows Phone smartphones. As far as Android OS is concerned, Nokia X supposedly runs on a highly forked variant, just like the one found on Amazon’s tablets. Leaked images of Nokia X’s user interface also hint at that possibility. It is also believed that this device will replace Google Play Services with most of Nokia’s own. No word on pricing or availability just yet, but if its set to unveiled at MWC 2014, then fortunately we don’t have to wait very long to find out. [Images via Nowhereelse]
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