Nokia’s first Android smartphone could be called the Nokia X


Many are waiting with bated breath for Nokia to take the wraps off its first Android smartphone, which is expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month. With exactly a month to go for the event, serial leakster @evleaks has revealed that this Android smartphone — codenamed Project Normandy — could be called Nokia X.

Besides the revelation of the nomenclature, the leakster doesn’t shed light on anything new. There’s currently no way of knowing if this is the final name or just another codename, but if @evleaks’ track record is anything to go by, it is hard not to believe what is leaked.

To recap on what we know so far, the Nokia X will arrive with dual-SIM card slots and will be designed along the Asha design language. As far as the UI is concerned, the Android OS on the smartphone will look very similar to Windows Phone with bright colors and tiles. Nokia is expected to price the device between $100 and $125.

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