The Finnish tech giant and gadget maker the Nokia Inc. is likely to aim its much-rumored Android phone at the budget-conscious consumers, at least based on its reported specs.
In a special tweet posted on last Tuesday, the famous leaker @evleaks has revealed the alleged, some major features for the Nokia X device, which goes by the codename Normandy. Assuming the information is pretty much accurate and the @evleaks usually is much more reliable than the other leakers, the phone is going to offer a dual-core 1GHz Snapdragon processor, with a 4-inch WVGA screen, a 512MB of memory and 4GB of storage with a microSD card slot.
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The device will be available in a choice of around six colors; and the Normandy will include a 5MP rare camera, a 1,500mAh battery, and also a dual-SIM setup, which is according to @evleaks. One other tidbit is: the Apps will be available through the Nokia Store and the third-party sites. Overall, the specifications are decidedly of low-tech, which is a sign that Nokia might push it toward the consumers hoping not to spend much on a phone.
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The rumors have spread slowly about Nokia's purported Android device, due in the part to @evleaks, which has posted some alleged photos and many other details about the anticipated device.