Nokia Normandy Android Phone to be Unveiled at MWC This Month?

Nokia Normandy

Rumors of the Nokia Normandy Android phone have been circulating the web for quite some time now. We even got to see renders of the phone itself courtesy of @evleaks. Now, Wall Street Journal’s sources have claimed that Nokia’s Android phone codenamed Normandy will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress later this month.

While there hasn’t been anything new revealed specs-wise, the sources did reveal that Nokia will be stripping out everything Google like Maps, Search and all that and replacing it with their own software. This is much the same approach that Amazon has taken, and seeing how successful they are with their Kindle Fire lineup, it’s not a bad approach to take at all. Still, it’s kind of awkward for Nokia to be releasing an Android phone considering they’d been supporting the Windows Phone platform that was specifically designed to take Android and iOS down.



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