Nokia likely to reveal its Android powered phone Normandy in February

The leader of mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has always been giving latest smartphones with upgraded features. It has also been releasing mobile phones of all price ranges from premium to affordable.

Now, Nokia is all set to launch its android powered smartphone Normandy in the month of February, as per reports. It has always brought up phones powered by Symbian operating system but the much awaited Android powered Nokia smartphone would be unveiled by the company soon.

nokia anroid phone
nokia anroid phone

It is widely anticipated that the Finnish phone manufacturer company will launch Normandy– the first Android run phone and it would be launched at the Mobile World Congress according to the reports. If some more reports were to be believed, the phone had already emerged on a Vietnamese website named but later, this piece of news was removed later. In the month of November 2013, it was reported that Nokia is thriving hard to release a phone that runs on Android but the company gave up this entire plan for reasons unknown.

It is believed as per the specifications listed on the site that the Nokia Normandy device would have a 4-inch TFT display (480 x 854). It would be powered by Qualcomm’s 1GHz dual core Snapdragon 200 processor. The device also would be having a 512 MB of RAM, an internal storage of 4 GB that would be expandable by means of an external micro SD card. Not only this, the phone would be a dual-SIM phone and would have a 5 megapixel camera.

The most fascinating features about this phone are it would be not be running on Android Jelly Bean but the latest update of Android 4.4 version KitKat. This latest Google’s operating system would allow users to get absolute access to all the services of Google including Google Play Store, Google Search, Google Services, Calendar, Google Maps, and even access to the YouTube. What other features are required when you would be getting a combination of two best things in the world – Nokia + Android?