Nokia’s first – and perhaps last – Android smartphone codenamed “Normandy” spotted at CamSpeed benchmark, featuring a 3-megapixel camera.
The team Soficas, the creators of the camera performance benchmark CamSpeed have identified the Nokia X or Normandy in their database lately.
Soficas Ltd. usually doesn’t share the test result, but this time they tweeted the benchmark result for the general public. According to the test, a dual-SIM variant of Nokia X features a 3-megapixel camera with fixed focus. Until today, the rumors spoke of a 5-megapixel camera in the Android phone, so either this is incorrect, or the dual-SIM version differs from the model with a single SIM.
The tech specs sheet is yet to complete. The leaked hardware information, so far, denotes it as a product of the Asha range. In fact, it’s likely to have following counterparts:
- A forked version of Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean/4.4 KitKat
- 4-inch WVGA display
- 1.2GHz dual-core processor
- 512MB of RAM
- 4GB of internal storage with a micro SD expansion
- 1500 mAh battery
As Microsoft is closing the deal of acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services division, the phone might see the light and may never be released. Previous reports, however, suggest the launch of Nokia X during the annual Mobile World Congress commencing on February 24 in Barcelona, Spain.
Meantime, the Nokia team has already sent invites to press media for an event slated for Feb. 24. Even though, the event is still a mystery with surroundings of the Lumia Icon and the Lumia 1520 mini, but indeed we will see some exciting announcement there.