Android-based Nokia Normandy smartphone gets a name: Call it the ‘Nokia X’
Nokia Normandy has been under the limelight for quite a bit now and is rumored to be a low-cost handset running Android, but it’s not the operating system as we know it. The alleged handset is rumored to come with a forked version of Android. Now, it appears that there is an official name for this device. You can call it the Nokia X.
According to a tweet from the [email protected], Nokia Normandy will be called Nokia X. Mobile World Congress 2014 is set to take place February 24th and rumor has it we might see Nokia X during the event. No one knows if this Android-based device will actually launch or what plans Nokia has for the device.
Nokia X is rumored to feature a 4-inch display, a Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM and 4GB storage with microSD card. The handset comes with a single button, similar to the one found inside the Asha line up of the company. The interface itself looks to be a hybrid between Android and Windows Phone.
We’ll keep you posted on any details regarding Nokia X as it breaks. How do you like the name?
Project Normandy = Nokia X
— @evleaks (@evleaks) January 23, 2014