Nokia Normandys death has been Greatly Exaggerated

Nokia logoWe have recently been seeing several leaks of the Nokia Normandy handset which is supposedly Nokias attempts at making an Android device. Back then it was rumored that the handset was merely an experiment by Nokia to see what they could build if they were attempting to make an Android device, and that it most likely will not be released anytime soon, especially in face of Microsofts acquisition of the company which is expected to close this year. After all with Microsoft promoting Windows Phone, the last thing theyll want to do is promote a competitors product, right? Not to mention the various Scroogled campaigns Microsoft has been running as of late.

Nokia Normandys death has been Greatly Exaggerated

Well as it turns out perhaps Nokia could still be looking to release the handset because thanks to a tweet by the ever-reliable @evleaks, he wrote that, The reports of Normandys death have been greatly exaggerated. @evleaks has been known to get most of his leaks correct, save for a one or two misses along the road, but for the most part he has been pretty spot on. This also corroborates earlier rumors that Nokia has decided to put the Normandy up for release, even in face of the deal with Microsoft. Assuming this is true, theres no telling when Nokia would make such an announcement, but what do you guys think? Would you be interested in a Nokia Android device?

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Android, Nokia, smartphones

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