Leaked images of Nokia’s much-awaited Android phone suggest that it bears a close resemblance to the Asha series. Given the encrypted name Normandy, the leak primarily suggests the design of the Nokia X. Three pictures of the phone were posted by a French publishing agency.
While one image reveals the front panel with the logo of Nokia on top, another image displays the rear part of the Nokia X. The images suggest Nokia X would have a plastic body, akin to the Asha series. The third image displays the side view with a power button and volume function.
It’s suggested that the Nokia X is all set to be released at the forthcoming MWC 2014 in Barcelona, which will be commencing on 24 February. A new leaked image through Browsemark 2 database purposely stated that the anticipated Nokia X will come with RM-980 model number.
However, nothing about the phone has been specified and Nokia X was seen displaying Nexus 5 wallpaper and home page icons. Nokia claimed that the company has been working on an entirely new Android version, somewhat similar to the Kindle Fire tablet series.
The alleged Nokia Normandy was lately seen at a Vietnam online store, which showcased its features and specs comprising a 4-inch TFT FWVGA screen with 480×854 pixel resolution, dual core Snapdragon 200 CPU clocked at 1GHz with RAM of 4GB, 5MP camera at the back, Android 4.4 Kitkat, and microSD assistance.
It is also likely also come with dual SIM functionality, connectivity support via Wi-Fi, GPRS, 3G, Bluetooth, Micro USB, AGPS and EDGE. The phone should also feature YouTube, Calendar, Google Map, Google Play Store, Google Now and Google Search.