The new phones falls under the budget range at $110 but will not include the Google Play
We had all heard of the Nokia Normandy coming through and some rumors we heard about this Android run phone might just be the truth. A couple of days ago we had news floating around the web that the phone will be falling under the budget range and now that the price has been announced, this holds some truth. The Nokia Normandy will most likely land in the market with a price tag of $110 which sure is budget friendly.
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However, there is a catch to this and unfortunately the budget range phone will not be able to support the Google Play. In its turn, the phone will have its separate app store all powered by Nokia and will have plenty of Android apps such as Skype, Facebook, Twitter et cetera. To avoid confusion keep in mind that this budget friendly Android is also known as the Nokia X and leaks are still following through, the most recent ones telling that the phone will feature a design language similar to that of the Nokia Asha. It will dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon SoC, 4GB of memoery, 512MB of RAM, and a 5MP shooter.