Nokia Android Phone Pictures Leaked again (aka Normandy, X) – Heading towards reality!

After getting first leak about the Normandy project going on under Nokia factory users are waiting for more leaks about the first Nokia Android phone. The Nokia Android smartphone is going to be named Nokia X (not confirm yet) and its going to be inspired by the Lumia Windows smartphone designs.

Just now, some spy pictures of Nokia X has been leaked which claims that Nokia Android phone is real and it’s now confirmed that the phone is going to wear a Lumia’s apparel.

Nokia Android Phone Pictures (Nokia X aka Normandy)

As now we have got the leaked pictures so you can at least have a first look of Nokia Normandy or Nokia X or whatever it may be named. Following are the pictures leaked just now of this phone.

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Nokia Android Phone Pictures Leaked

The device is said to have 4 inch WVGA display with resolution lower than HD (720p) and it’s going to be powered by a Dual-Core CPU clocked at 1.2GHz.

The Nokia Normandy is going to have 5MP camera at rear and VGA on the front. Its internal storage is said to have 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage.

Nokia Android Phone Pictures (Nokia X aka Normandy)

According to the earlier leaks of the UI of Nokia Android phone it’s confirmed that the phone is going to support Dual SIM cards. The device is also expected to have support for microSD card.

The phone is going to compete with other cheap Android phones which are stopping sales of Nokia’s Asha phones. Nokia’s basic phones and Windows phone are all doing well but Asha platform is still not attracting users.

Is Nokia Normandy real now?

According to these spy pictures, it’s much clearer that Nokia Android smartphone is real and in Nokia factory now but last year Nokia sold its phone department to the Microsoft which is already having its smartphone OS that is a rival to Android. This makes it clear that Microsoft can never make an Android phone.

Till now we can take all these leaks just as a pinch of salt. Stay tuned for more updates!

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