Nokia Normandy will be sold as Nokia X… if Microsoft doesn’t scrap it

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Nokia Normandy doesn’t take no for an answer at least when it comes to laying low as latest tip about the handset reveals that the smartphone will be sold as Nokia X.

Microsoft is all set to take control of Nokia’s mobile division as the Finnish giant has announced in its latest earnings report and with this the Finnish company’s ability to make decisions on its own about any future mobile device will be restricted. Probably!

Nokia Normandy rumours have been hot since a few months now and we have come across the phone’s Android UI, its engineering prototype, the colours in which it will be available and yet another leak about a revamped Android user interface for the Normandy.

All these rumours point to the possibility of an eminent release of Finnish company’s first Android-powered smartphone – that is if Microsoft doesn’t put the brakes on the project.

Latest tip from prolific leakster @evleaks reveals that Nokia Normandy will be sold as Nokia X. The tweet doesn’t carry any other information.

Those who are looking for a powerful Android Nokia X may be in for a disappointment because sources have informed The Verge that the smartphone will pack a Qualcomm S4 processor, 4-inch display, lowly 512MB RAM, 4GB storage and 3-megapixel camera.