Nokia X To Land in India By March 2014 Under Asha Series [Report]


Suspense continues over the coming of Nokia's first ever Android-powered handset. There's nothing like starting a week with fresh rumor around much talked about Nokia X, the company's first ever Android phone slated to land in March under Asia-series.

According to GoAndroid blog site, Nokia is indeed coming with an Android-based phone. Apparently, a senior executive over at Nokia India has confirmed the existence of Nokia X.

The phone, which is yet to be announced, is expected to be a part of Asha lineup. In addition, the Nokia X is said to land in India in March. Since the Finnish giant hasn't talked about the handset yet, therefore, take this rumor as a pinch of salt.

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Nokia X To Land in India By March 2014 Under Asha Series [Report]


Moreover, there is no further information available that proves the existence of Nokia made Android phone.

The Nokia X or Normandy is expected to be a low-powered Android handset. The device 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 more.

Meanwhile, GoAndroid also reports that Nokia is expecting to announce long rumored dual-SIM Windows Phone in India. The said phone will be launched in India in March, alongside the Nokia X.

Back in December 13, @evleaks had informed that Nokia's first Windows Phone powered handset, dubbed "Moneypenny" will be launched soon. The mysterious Duals-SIM handset might get official as either Lumia 630 or Lumia 635.

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