Nokia X A110 unlocked to cost at tops $120 in retail shops, could come to carriers as a free phone with a 2-year contract.
To be honest I was very reluctant on the rumour that Nokia will launch an Android smartphone this year or ever, especially after hearing that Microsoft is buying Nokia Mobile Devices and Services. But with the increased number of rumours and leaks in the last couple of months, I’m slowly starting to believe that Nokia X aka Normandy (codename) will soon make its debut on the smartphone segment.
The most recent leak comes from Vietnam in the form of a screen capture that shows a Nokia X A110 listed on a Vietnamese retail shop. The alleged screenshot reveals not only its very cheap price tag, but also the key specs of the phone.
Nokia X A110 will feature a 4-inch (480 x 854) display with a 285ppi density, a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of built-in storage (microSD slot for up to 32GB), a 5MP camera (don’t expect Carl Zeiss lenses or anything), a 1530 mAh battery and KitKat 4.4.2 operating system.
The specs don’t impress in any way, moreover the Nokia X A110 looks just like another “me too” Android smartphone, which probably people will buy, because they know that Nokia has the know-how how to build a quality device at cheap.
The Nokia X will hit sale in Vietnam for 2.2 to 2.5 million VND, which converted in US dollars is about $110.
photo credit: @evleaks
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