Monday, February 10, 2014

Nokia is About to Introduce a Low-End Android Smartphone?

The acquisition of Nokia by Microsoft reminds us of a possible changes in every smartphone coming from the formerly Finland-based company. However, a handful of their previous models started to embrace the Android platforms before making a major changes to Windows Phone 8. A report coming from EVLeaks stirs a new possible plan from the phone manufacturer, that is to reveal a low-end handset with Android operating system.

Previous reports noted that Nokia is probably planning to embrace Android for another chance. This might be an awkward story for Microsoft and their newly acquired company for now but let us try to figure out in the upcoming World Mobile Congress this February of 2014. According to a reliable source, it is called "Normandy." A nicknamed given to low-end handset with a fully customized Android platform.

Nokia Reported Low-End Android Smartphone

Furthermore, this might be a budget-friendly smartphone to join the less than $100.00 handsets in stores like Motorola's Moto G and its variants. But there is no statement from Nokia to confirmed this story or words that can describe the whole thing. Specs might be lower than any line of the company's Windows Phone as well from their previously reported Android-powered handsets.



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