Nokia has developed a smartphone for Android-find out more about the device and watch it here.
According to several sources, with insight into Nokia’s plans, the Finnish mobile manufacturer has been in the process of developing an Android phone, writes our site.
And there are indications that the phone has come further than the drawing board. In november could Evleaks so show the first frame of the phone, which has been code-named Normandy.
The device is in the picture looks like a cross between an Asha and a Lumia-model, has not immediately some visible buttons for navigation.
Nokia has developed and tested the device with a variety of Google’s Android, despite Microsoft’s plan to take over Nokia’s Mobile Division. Thus, it is also not certain that the device ever reaches out on store shelves, as the project probably will be scrapped in favor of Microsoft’s Windows Phone.