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Monday, February 10, 2014
Low-cost Android Nokia Phone Coming At MWC


A new report has been added to the rest that have been surfacing online lately, unveiling Nokia's plans to announce a low-cost smartphone running the Android operating system at Mobile World Congress later this month.

The Wall Street Journal cited "unidentified" sources who were familiar with the matter and said that Nokia's phone, possibly dubbed "Normandy" or "Nokia X", will not feature some of Google's higher-end, custom Android features, but instead, it will run on a modified version of the popular operating system. Previous leaks have revealed that Nokia's Android device includes a Windows Phone-like UI, and can run Android apps like Skype, Twitter, Vine, Facebook, and BBM.

The new Android phone will be aimed at emerging markets, the report added.




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