The Nokia X, which is expected to be a huge crowd puller in the emerging nations, has appeared in CamSpeed, the benchmark test of Sofica.
The Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia tried to hide its upcoming Android-based handset, codenamed Nokia Normandy, but each time we are getting one step closer to reality.
Earlier we saw the device spotted at AnTuTu benchmarks and Browsermark's data base, now the Nokia X has appeared in CamSpeed database.
According to a tweet made by Sofica Ltd, the Nokia X will be (Dual-SIM) with a 3.2-megapixel fixed- focus camera, and will be powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. However, it should be noted that earlier rumors suggested that the device could pack a 5MP rear-facing shooter.
Moreover, the device scored just 403, which sends it to the 214th place in the list.
It does not surprising to see the device got such a low score. After all, the Nokia X is rumored to be a low-end phone running customized Android OS.
Rumor has it that Nokia is planning to release the Nokia X in March for Indian consumers. Moreover, it could be a part of Asha lineup, which seems to be believable.
The Nokia Normandy will be stuffed with a 4-inch WVGA display (480 x 800), dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, 5MP of camera, and expected to arrive in six sizzling color choices. Further, the phone is said to be run customized version of Android; however, users won't be able to access Google Play Store.
More details around the Nokia X are expected to be revealed as we get closer to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014.
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