A few more images of Nokia X have surfaced on the Web, signaling how the Lumia maker has forked Android to make it look-alike Windows Phone.
A series of images of Nokia X has been leaked on the web just three days before the Mobile World Congress 2014. The images show the first smartphone from Nokia based on Android as well as the custom user interface that resembles Windows Phone UI and look-alike a Lumia phone.
The Nokia X and its interface shown in these pictures exactly look like what @evleaks shared a few days ago.
It’s important to note that there is no Google application on the main screen, but the icons of the mapping service HERE and Nokia Store, which hint the idea how the Finnish company has forked Android to push its proprietary apps and services along with those of Microsoft, rather than those traditionally found on the stock version of Google’s mobile OS.
Maybe it means Google apps won’t be available on the Nokia X or the selection of apps on the Store will be limited.
Overall, not only the Nokia X seems to inherit the attractive design of Lumia lineup, but also it’s clearly aimed at those who’re seeking an entry-level smartphone, according to previous reports.
The phone is likely to incorporate a 4-inch WVGA display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory for data storage (expandable via micro SD card), a 1500 mAh battery and a rear camera with 5-megapixel sensor. Nokia X will reportedly be missing the front-facing camera, and it will indeed upset those love selfies and usually do video calls.
If the rumors are to be believed, the first Android smartphone from Nokia aka Normandy will compete with other low-budget devices, which just use the green robot. In addition, it’s very likely that it will go on sale at a very competitive price, in an attempt to attract those customers, who want a budget smartphone. Although, Nokia X is still a mystery, but everything will be cleared by February 24, when Nokia will stage the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain.