Nokia X could be the rumored Nokia’s first android phone

It is the Nokia X a.k.a. Nokia Normandy the first Nokia phone powered by Android OS. Evleaks has leaked this info along with the specifications. If rumors are to be believed then Nokia might unveil this Android powered Nokia X at MWC 2014.

As per the leaked specifications the Nokia X will be a dual SIM handset available in 6 different colors. It will be powered by 1GHz dual core Snapdragon processor running a customized Android 4.4 KitKat OS. The TFT screen will be of 4 inches supporting resolution of 854×480 pixels.

The Nokia X also includes an 5 megapixel rear camera. There is 512MB RAM and on board storage of 4GB along with external SD card support (via Micro SD card slot). The battery is of a 1500 mAh capacity.

Nokia X  leaked by evleaks

Other features are 3G, 2G, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth. A Vietnamese online store had also listed the Nokia X with the specifications. The X will feature Nokia’s own app store and probably will also give access to Google service that includes play store, YouTube, GMaps, GSearch  etc..

There is still no official word from Nokia, stay tuned.

Tip: Hitesh, sahil patni.

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