Nokia Normandy Specs Leaked Ahead of Launch

Nokia Normandy

It’s only going to be a few more days until Nokia unveils its much-rumored Android handset, codenamed Normandy. The Nokia Normandy won’t be a flagship phone along the lines of the Galaxy S4 or G2. Actually, it’s going to be more like an entry level phone, at least, if the latest leak is to be believed.

According to @evleaks, one of the most reliable tipsters that can be found online, the Nokia Normandy specs will include a 4 inch WVGA screen and will be powered by a 1.2GHz dual core processor. It will also be coupled with 512MB RAM and 4GB of internal storage. Can you say 2012?

Also, the Nokia Normandy will be running a forked version of Android, much like what Amazon does with its Kindle Fire lineup of Android tablets that shun Google’s software suite in favor of its own ecosystem. This is a bit of a downer for people who already own Android handsets since they won’t be able to restore past app purchases to the Normandy.

Of course, Nokia is much more likely to make a return on its investment if its first experiment in Android is an entry level phone that emerging markets can easily afford. Hopefully, it won’t be the last. Actually, we don’t even know if it’s going to be the first since up until now, the Normandy continues to be a rumor. Still, it would be nice to see a Lumia-inspired Android phone, don’t you think?


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