Nokia's Android KitKat running smartphone Normandy (or X) has been among rumors for quite some time now, and this is primarily due to the fact that the device is set to offer a rare a combination of a Nokia device running on the Google-based Android operating system.
And while the supposed entry level device from the Finnish giant has already gone live online via one of the numerous online retailers out there in the recent past, a brand new listing regarding the same has now gone live yet again - this time around with also the retailing price mentioned for the new device.
It was not too long ago when the Android-running Nokia Normandy smartphone from the Finnish giant went live on one of the Online retailers, The Gioididong, with a Vietnamese blog site, WinPhoneviet also spotting the device on the web.
As revealed via the new listing for the same, the new Android-powered Nokia handset with a somewhat Windows Phone-like skin will cost between 2.2 mil to 2.5 mil VND, which is around $110 - near about Rs. 7,000 in Indian standards.
For the sake of comparison, the same retailer has also listed the Nokia Lumia 525 at 3.39 million VND (available currently in India for Rs. 9,931). However, the specifications for the handsets are more or less pretty similar, except for the 512 GB less RAM and 4 GB less storage.
While the online retailer has posted the specifications for the Normandy, which we cannot be confident about until the device has been made official by the company, the still rumored specs for the same states that the device will feature a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels.
Apart from that, it is also expected to be powered by a 1 GHz dual-core processor and Adreno 302 GPU coupled with a 512 MB RAM. And as mentioned earlier, it would run on Android KitKat, as opposed the the earlier rumors that said that it could come with a 'forked' Android.
The device is also rumored to house 4GB of on board storage capacity. There would also be a microSD card slot which would support up to 32GB of external storage unit. Photography would be taken care of by a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus, LED flash and HD (720p) video recording capability.
More information related to the device are expected at the fast approaching MWC 2014, set to take place in Barcelona, Spain this month.