Nokia is reportedly going to launch an Android phone this month, according to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ). The phone has the code-name “Normandy” and it may be revealed at Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month. The WSJ cited sources with Nokia’s plans that revealed the phone would use a modified “forked” version of the Google mobile operating system similar to the way that Amazon.com does with the Kindle range of products.
Nokia would integrate Microsoft services on the device with a special app store for some existing Android apps. Nokia announced a press event at MWC in Barcelona.
The final name of the device may be called Nokia X. The Nokia X is expected to have low-end specs like 4GB of storage and 512MB of RAM.