Nokia's official blog has posted up a new teaser logo, offering more proof the company plans to announce the Android-based Nokia X smartphone next week at a press event which will be livestreamed.
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A new rumor claims that Nokia is already providing samples of its unannounced Nokia X Android smartphone to developers in India and plans to launch the phone sometime in March.
Another marketing render for the Nokia X, the rumored but much reported Android-based smartphone from the Finland-based company, has been leaked to the Internet via "evleaks".
Nokia's official Twitter and Facebook accounts have now changed their colors to green, similar to the color in Google's Android mascot and logo and ahead of a rumored Android phone launch.
According to the latest info the Nokia X Android handset, code named Normandy, will actually be revealed by the end of this month. The announcement will reportedly take place at MWC in Barcelona
Leaks and rumours about 'Normandy' - known also as the 'Nokia X' - seem to just keep on coming. We take a look at what's been revealed and what to expect from the company's first Android handset.
Hardware specifications for the unannounced Android smartphone from Nokia, reportedly called Nokia X, have been revealed by a prominent source, confirming that it is indeed a low-end device.
A new rumor suggests that Nokia's Android smartphone, which has the code name Normandy, could have the official name Nokia X if and when it is released to the public.
Nokia's Android handset, called the Normandy, has been showing up at various places across the web but now we have the best look yet at Nokia's Android UI that is inspired by Windows Phone.
A new image that alledgedly shows a prototype of Nokia's rumored Android smartphone, code named "Normandy", has now appeared on a Twitter account but with a rubber case.
Yet another image of the rumored Nokia Android smartphone, code named "Normandy" has been leaked to the Internet, while a Twitter message hints that it could actually be released.
Another image of what is alleged to be Nokia's rumored Android phone, code named "Normandy" has been posted on the Internet although it doubtful it will ever be released to the public.
LucasArts' fourth Xbox Live content package for Secret Weapons Over Normandy is now available to download. Less than a week since the last one, LucasArts has today released its fourth and final...
LucasArts' third Xbox Live content package for Secret Weapons Over Normandy is now available to download. LucasArts has today released its third Secret Weapons Over Normandy content package via Xbox Live. The...