The leaks surrounding Nokia's entry into the Android smartphone market keep coming up. Today, well know Internet gadget source "evleaks" posted up what appears to be a marketing render for the Nokia X.
Nokia X. pic.twitter.com/meA05ALusT— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 17, 2014
The image itself looks like something that would be put on a promotional brochure or website for the phone. While the look of the phone itself has been revealed in previous posts by "evleaks", this new image does show the Nokia X logo for the first time.
While the Nokia X is supposed to run Android, rumors about the phone claim that it will have its own UI and will not connect to services such as Google Play. The device is supposed to have a four inch screen, a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and only 512MB of RAM, which likely means this will be a budget-priced smartphone.
Nokia is expected to officially reveal the Nokia X at a press conference during the World Mobile Congress trade show one week from today. A few days ago, Nokia's official Twitter and Facebook pages changed their colors to green, which most people believe is a rather big teaser for the announcement.
Thanks to Justin Luna via Twitter for the tip!
Source: evleaks on Twitter