Unannounced Nokia smartphone runs on Android




An unannounced Nokia smartphone, previously an image came out and that the codename Normandy would have, according to a U.S. tech site runs on Android. This is remarkable, now Nokia is partly taken over by Windows Phone maker Microsoft.

The Nokia Normandy features according to The Verge a geforkte version of Android, which thus separate from Google’s Android is being developed and will have. denied access to the Play Store Amazon follows a similar strategy with its Kindle Fire tablets. The Normandy would be intended as a budget phone, though its not clear. Detailed specifications

With the budget phone Nokia buyers would like to give to popular apps like Skype access. The current budget phones Nokia, under the Asha-flag run on Nokia’s own S40 operating system, which is much less than Android apps. The high-end Nokia smartphones running Windows Phone, the mobile operating system has also proved suitable for bugetsmartphones: the Lumia 520 this year grew to become best-selling Windows hardware. However, the current Asha phones are cheaper, but because Microsoft requires the use of certain hardware, the price also can barely down. Nokia wants to make even apparently cheaper smartphones.

It is rumored for some time that Nokia is working on an Android smartphone, but it is unclear what the acquisition of the phone division of Nokia by Microsoft to change it. According to Nokia employees who spoke to The Verge, the phone is slated for release in 2014 and is still working on it. Possibly the phone on the market before the acquisition is completed by Microsoft.

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