By Anton D. Nagy | January 28, 2014 2:41 AM
Tuesday, 25th, as it appears on the home screen of the leaked Nokia Normandy, is the date on which the phone will hopefully be unveiled. Whether that’s February or March is yet unknown, as both months seem to have matching dates and days. We’ve just recently learned that the phone, codenamed Normandy, will likely be unveiled as the Nokia X, and now we’re seeing it alleged specs being leaked.
In order to run its rumored “forked” Android version the Nokia X will rely on its dual-core Snapdragon processor clocked at 1GHz, and a suspiciously low amount of RAM: 512MB. The screen is nothing to be jealous about either, at four inches and with a WVGA resolution, not that the 4GB of internal storage would give you plenty of room for all your files and documents. Luckily there’s a microSD card slot rumored for expanding it, and the camera is expected to be a five-megapixel shooter, while a 1,500mAh should power everything.
As far as applications are concerned, the leak mentioned Nokia Store as probably the main source for software titles, with third-party apps being hinted as allowed. As we’ve seen in another leak, six colors should be available to choose from.
Source: @evleaks (Twitter)