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Nokia X camera to be 5-megapixel offering, leaked test shot suggests

Ahead of next week’s expected Nokia X unveiling, leaked test shots have suggested the company’s first Android phone will run a 5-megapixal camera.

With a number of contrasting Nokia X rumours having circulated in recent weeks, there had been much debate as to whether the entry-level Android handset will feature a truly basic 3-megapixel snapper or a slightly more advance 5-megapixel offering.

Now, however, a leaked test shot (below}, reportedly taken with the Nokia X, a device also doing the rounds as the Nokia A110 and the Nokia Normandy, has all but confirmed that phone’s primary camera will sport a 5-megapixel sensor.

Although the shot has also confirmed that the phone will benefit from an integrated LED flash, and a fixed focal length, further details on the Nokia X camera remain sparse.

Despite having thrown much of its efforts into pushing the rise of the Windows Phone platform in recent years, shortly before its planned takeover by Microsoft, Nokia looks set to enter the Android race for the first time.

Recent Nokia X rumours have claimed the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean powered phone will launch with a heavily skinned UI with a tile-based interface similar to that on the Windows Phone OS.

Said to run a 4-inch WQVGA display the Nokia X specs sheet will reportedly be rounded off by a 1GHz dual-core processor and dual-SIM capabilities.

With Nokia holding its own MWC 2014 press conference on the morning of February 24, the same days as the expected Samsung Galaxy S5 unveiling, the Nokia X is believed to be heading for launch in less than a week.

Read More: Nokia Lumia 1020 Review

Nokia X test shot
Claimed Nokia X test shot

Via: GSM Arena

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