Many Nokia fans are longing for the Android OS on their smartphones and it seems like their dream will soon become reality.
Judging by the numerous leaks, Nokia is working on its first Android smartphone code-named Normandy. The company wants this device to be the next step when it comes to an inexpensive smartphones. Normandy smartphone by Nokia is reportedly testing a special version of Android that is not associated with the one from Google. This was also the case with Amazon Kindle Fire line.
Picture of new smartphone was revealed by a website @evleaks and the photo is showing the device designed in the same way as the Lumia devices but this time without navigation keys.
Many sources report that Normandy is designed as an equivalent model of Asha phone, in order to enhance the sales of low-end smartphones that would now be shipped with multiple advanced applications. We wonder if Microsoft would allow this on their own Windows Phone operating system for low-end devices. What do you think of this Nokia Lumia/Android combination?
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