We guess by now everyone has learnt that Nokia could be set to debut an Android phone of their own come MWC 2014. It’s an interesting move considering that Microsoft will be acquiring the company, but then again we guess it could be like the case of the Nokia N9 which was Nokia’s first and last MeeGo efforts, and in a way a swan song before they are bought out by Microsoft. That being said, reports from the Chinese media have suggested that the Nokia Normandy/Nokia X will not be the Finnish company’s first and last Android efforts, but would actually be the first of several Android handsets the company has planned for the rest of the year.
According to the reports, the Nokia Normandy is a low-end Android device (as expected based on its specs) and that Nokia has plans for higher-end Android devices that could be released sometime in the May-June timeframe. The report cites inside sources from Artesyn Technologies, whom Nokia is one of their clients as the company deals with design, manufacturing and sales of embedded board solutions and power conversion for networking. Like we said the fact that Nokia could be going ahead with the Nokia Normandy is pretty interesting given their situation at the moment, but for them to release more Android devices? Take it with a grain of salt for now but what do you guys think?
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