Nokia MWC notice features a big, green “X”

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T-minus six days to go until Nokia’s Mobile World Congress event, kicking-off a day that’s going to be full of announcements. We’ve been anticipating a couple different devices from Nokia, but easily the most interesting (not to mention controversial) has been the Nokia X, the Android-based Asha successor that was developed as codename Normandy. Once the thing of crazy fever dreams, Nokia X has been looking all too real in recent weeks. When Nokia changed its color scheme on a number of its social pages to green, we wondered if it might be making allusions to Android, a theory that grew with the leak of another Nokia X press image. Today Nokia’s got a new message out, letting us know about how to stream its MWC event, and green is back in full force.

More than just green, there’s that great big X. Not seeing it? Well, notice how those four black arrows really aren’t pointing at anything? Say, why are they there anyway? It might just be more than coincidence that the negative space carved out between them reveals a big ol’ X.

Come Monday, we’ll be on the ground in Barcelona to bring you news of Nokia’s ultimate announcement, as well as to go hands-on and bring you some early video of this new Nokia hardware in person.

Source: Nokia

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