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Rumors: Nokia is working on a low-budget Android-smartphone
According to new rumors, Nokia is working on a budget Android-smartphone, which renders have already appeared on the web a couple of weeks ago. On this news, as some of our regular readers might have guessed, the insider told the ubiquitous and user Twitter @ evleaks: “This Asha. Or Lumia? Nokia Normandy », – then he wrote. If you believe the representation of the image, the device has no touch control buttons on its front panel.
Portal The Verge, citing several unnamed but possess information about future plans Nokia, indicates that the company is working on a low budget smartphone running on the basis of “other versions Android». In other words, Nokia creates a device based on its “own version» Android, as it does, for example, Amazon with their line of Tablets Kindle Fire. In addition, the portal indicates that the device will support the work with such popular on Android applications like Skype.
“We believe that Nokia is currently testing on the basis of Normandy” and its special “version of Android, which has nothing to do with the version of the mobile operating from most Google. That is, in fact, it does the same thing that makes the Amazon with its line of Kindle Fire », – writes portal.
According to one insider, the device will be announced in 2014, “as soon as the development of the apparatus will take all the necessary steps.” Multiple sources also indicate that in technical terms Normandy is the closest to the line of Nokia Asha phones and is designed for low-price segment of the market.
If the rumors eventually prove true, it will be interesting to see the reaction Microsoft. Surely she can endure the betrayal?
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