Nokia has been updating its team of Windows Phone-based smartphones every now and then. But now the Finish tech giant is making headlines for a completely different reason.
The famous Windows Phone devices maker is now in the news for its most likely upcoming Andorid smartphone. Tech pundits have been putting their money on this month’s Mobile World Congress tipping the event as Nokia’s first Andorid device’s unveiling show.
To add more spice to the rumours, a recent report from Redmond Pie says that the Nokia X A110 or Nokia Normandy is going to be priced at around $110 and that’s a really great news for people who always look for great and exciting features what Nokia always offers for cheaper rates.
Although we still don’t have any official confirmation about the Normandy device running Google’s Andorid operating software or being unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress at Barcelona, there are surely going to be more updates about the device indicating towards the features and the release date of Nokia’s first Android smartphone.
A Vietnamese retailer has predicted that Nokia’s Android debut is going to be cheaper than its Lumia 525 running Windows Phone that is going to cost about $150.
We will be bringing a lot many updates about the new Nokia and other devices from the Mobile World Congress, and we hope that Nokia makes some official announcement about the Nokia X A110.