As we get closer to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event, more information about Nokia X, the long rumored Android phone from the Finnish giant, has started surfacing on the web. Evleaks has just tweeted what seems to be a marketing render for the Nokia X phone.
Nokia X, also known as Nokia Normandy, is rumored to be Nokia’s first Android smartphone. The image was leaked by Evleaks, who has a pretty decent track record of revealing such information, shows what appears to be a static advert which Nokia might be planning to use on a promotional brochure.
Nokia X. pic.twitter.com/meA05ALusT— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 17, 2014
For those who still doubt the existence of this phone, Nokia has been reportedly seeding Nokia X handsets to Indian developers. The device won’t have Google services, instead it will have its own app store, which is being called “Asha on Linux”.
Nokia X doesn’t pack high end specs, with a 1 Ghz CPU and 512 MB RAM, it isn’t really trying to start the show with a bang. Nokia X seems more like a replacement to Nokia Asha series entry level smartphones.
Nokia will be holding an event at MWC starting next week, where it is expected to unveil the much touted Nokia X.