First Nokia Android phone could cost £70

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by Ben Sullivan| 14 February 2014

Nokia Normandy listing goes online, more Nokias to be unveiled at MWC 2014.

A Vietnamese retail website has posted the first ever listing for the new Nokia Android smartphone, dubbed Nokia Normandy.

We know that the low-cost smartphone will be release later this month, most likely at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, but a price has not yet been confirmed.

This listing, if true, would confirm that the smartphone is aimed at remerging markets.

First posted on WMPoweruser, the leaks show the phone to be priced at $110, and the full model number shows Nokia C A110, also known as the Normandy.

The site also listed a Nokia Lumia 525 priced at $160.

The device will operate on Android, but according to reports, it will not have access to the Google Play store. Instead, Nokia is said to be offering its own app store which will feature all the main Android apps.

The specifications of the Normandy show it running on Android KitKat, with a dual-core 1GHz CPU, with 4GB of memory and 512MB RAM. The main camera could be 5MP.


(Credit: @evleaks)

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