Expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress next month, Nokia’s first Android smartphones has found its way to online retailer’s website. Unlike the previous report which suggested that it’ll be called Nokia X, the phone is listed on Vietnamese retailer The Giodidong.com as Nokia Normandy, which is the internal codename for the device. Also Read - Nokia C30 budget phone launched with price under Rs 10,000: Check specs, price
According to a report by WMPoweruser, the specifications of the phone posted at the website include dual-SIM support, a 4-inch FWVGA screen, 1GHz dual-core processor and 512MB RAM, a 5-megapixel snapper devoid of flash, 4GB of onboard memory and microSD card support. Also, it’s mentioned that it will run Android KitKat (4.4), while the pictures (and previous reports) suggest a Windows Phone-like interface doing duty on the handset. Also Read - Nokia XR20 rugged 5G phone launched: Check specs, price, India launch details
The spec sheet also mentions the availability of Google Mobile Services including the Play Store and YouTube, though we highly doubt that to be the case considering it is a forked version of Android.