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Feb 19, 2014
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Attenion, geeks! Here's something that will make you stand up and take notice: According to the latest Internet buzz, Nokia is planning to launch an Android-powered phone very soon!

Here are three things that make this surprising, if not shocking:

  1. Nokia's handset-making business is expected to be purchased by Microsoft within the year. As we all know, the Big M is the maker of another prominent OS, Windows Phone.
  2. Historically, most Nokia phones came with Windows Phone OS, the Jurassic Symbian platform, or Asha (for lower-end handsets).
  3. Despite Android being the OS of choice of other hebigat phone brands, an official Nokia Android phone is yet to be seen.

This might change soon, however, as rumors of an Android Nokia is now spreading almost as fast as Wally Bayola's humpfest. Speaking of leaked, check out the image below:

nokia x android phone

That, fellas, is rumored to be the real deal. Its name? Nothing's confirmed yet although it's now being called the Nokia X, thanks to recent promotional ads from Nokia.

What make this tech tsimis juicier is the fact that the image was released by Evan Blass via his Twitter handle, @evleaks. Mr. Blass is a professional tech leaker, having released countless images of previously rumored devices before they became official.

Here's another look:

nokia x android phone

The device itself is expected to have a dual-core processor, 4GB of storage, 512MB of RAM, a 5-megapixel shooter, a 4-inch touchscreen, and Android Kitkat. With those tame specs, we could be looking at a low to mid-range device. But hey, we're already hooked on the fact that it's possibly the first Android device from Nokia ever!

Mark your calendars, geeks and Nokia fanboys! The device is expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week (February 24 - 27)! So is this all just a load of crap or will it be legit? We'll find out soon!

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