A report published by WSJ (Wall Street Journal) suggests that Nokia will introduce its first Android smartphone later this month. This Android device code-named Nokia Normandy will be unveiled during Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona as Nokia X.
The phone will be running Google’s Android operating system but it won’t come with Play Store, instead Nokia is going to introduce its own Android app store with this phone. The UI is also a bit different from all other Android devices with major customizations closer to Windows Phone 8 tiles interface.
The rumored specifications of this device include 4-inch display, Snapdragon dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB internal storage and 5-megapixel primary camera.
It will be a Dual-SIM phone and priced in line with low end Nokia Asha devices. So now we have to wait till 24 February to confirm all these rumors.