Nokia Normandy Would Have Access to Google’s Services and Would Come with Android 4.4 KitKat

The possibility that Nokia launch a smartphone with Android operating system to the market when it seemed that in principle only it was a prototype and taking into account their fidelity to Windows Phone has done to awaken the desire for more than one, who always wondered how it would have been the evolution of the Finnish label of choosing Android.

Such eagerness to know the Nokia Normandy or Nokia X is fostering the proliferation of rumors environment to it, its range of colors, ready prototype or several images that would be its interface, but now it’s a Vietnamese shop which has revealed that the Normandy would have access to Google services.

On different interfaces assigned to the Nokia Normandy have seen as the appearance is more underground (Windows Phone) than any Android interface of different manufacturers, which points to in the new smartphone from Nokia, we would find a fork of Android, What usually makes will have access to Google’s services, including its Play Store.

But according to the Vietnamese TheGioididong.com online shop Nokia Normandy would have access Google Play, Google Now or YouTube, Although the inclusion of access to Google services in this smartphone features might be a simple mistake when creating the datasheet.

4.4 Android and Qualcomm Snapdragon 200

Taking advantage of the filtering also we know retail that are running will be their characteristics. On the basis of a screen of four inches with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, up to a dual core processor 1 GHz with 512 MB RAM and 4 GB of memory internal expandable through microSD.

We would also be on this phone according to one online store rear five megapixel camera with 720 p without flash video recording, no front camera, NFC, or 4G, Wi-Fi b/g /, Bluetooth and a-GPS. Another point to highlight without a doubt is the Android version, and is that the Normandy would come with the latest version available, 4.4 KitKat.

Again both the access to Google services as the rest of features must catch them with tweezers, and it seems that we will have to wait until the first day of the MWC, February 24th, for officially announced the expected Nokia Normandy.

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