Nokia’s first Android phone, Nokia X to be priced at $110
Documents we have laid our eyes on shows that Nokia’s first-ever Android OS-powered smartphone, Nokia X (which we also know as Nokia Normandy), will bear a very market competitive price as low as 110 US dollars.
The document further confirmed the earlier anticipated specs of the device we told you about — Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS, 1GHz dual-core processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage with space for memory cards, 5MP rear camera (no front camera).
Nokia X, as reported, will not support Google Play, as Nokia is said to pre-install the smartphone with it’s own app store where developers can submit their apps while users download/purchase them.
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