Nokia X: What company’s long-rumoured Android phone will reportedly be called

mobileNokia’s rumoured budget Android smartphone, thought to be codenamed Normandy, has been in the news for months now, with leaked images hitting the Internet on a regular basis, along with speculated availability and specifications.

Now @evleaks has claimed that Nokia’s only Android phone might be launched as the Nokia X. The popular phone tipster’s reads, “Project Normandy = Nokia X.” It is noteworthy that in the past, @evleaks has come out with fairly accurate information regarding yet-to-be-announced devices and we will not be surprised if he manages to hit the bull’s eye even with Nokia’s alleged Android phone.

Unfortunately, there are no details except the alleged Nokia X name which the tipster claims will be Normandy’s final name.

The leaked screenshots of the Normandy’s UI purportedly reveals the home screen and the notifications page. Notably, the home screen panel’s leaked screenshot included apps for dialler, message, contacts, internet, Twitter, Skype, MixRadio, Here Maps, Camera app, Plants Vs. Zombies, Gallery, Vine, Facebook, Calculator, Calendar, Alarms, Music, Downloads, Radio, Viber, Opera and WeChat. It’s worth pointing out that the home screen of the alleged Normandy looked very similar to the tiles-based UI seen on Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices.


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