The Nokia X Android phone has been spotted in an online retail listing, complete with a suggested RRP.
Ahead of any official announcements from Nokia, the heavily rumoured Nokia X has cropped up on a Vietnamese online retail site.
According to the site, the Android Nokia X phone runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat on a 1GHz dual-core processor with 512MB of RAM.
The Nokia X will supposedly come equipped with a measly 4GB of internal storage, bolstered by a microSD slot supporting cards up to 32GB.
It will also come with Bluetooth 4.0 LE with A2DP and feature a 5-megapixel rear camera.
Strangely, the site makes no mention of a screen size, but earlier leaks tips it to be a 4-inch WVGA affair.
From the looks of these specs, combined with earlier rumours, the Nokia X will be a mid-range Android handset with access to Google Play store apps and Nokia’s HERE Maps.
What’s very interesting with this retail listing is the price. The Nokia X is listed with an approximate price of £62 – £70 (2.2 – 2.5 million VND) SIM-free.
So far, Nokia has yet to official announce the Nokia X Android phone, but has just changed all of its Facebook and Twitter banners to a vibrant green colour.
Some are suggesting that this may be the first official hint to the first Android device from Nokia, despite the imminent Microsoft buyout.
When we contacted Nokia about the bizarre colour change from blue to green, the Finnish smartphone manufacturer was rather coy:
“At Nokia, we love color. And while the world goes red, we decided to go with an exciting new hue. Expect more… you’ll have to stay tuned!”
The Nokia X is strongly expected to make an official appearance at MWC 2014, which is now only a week away.
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