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    The Nokia X will be part of the Asha line-up. This is basically what an unnamed Senior Nokia India Executive unveiled, under the condition that his identity should be not unveiled. Additionally, said executive also unveiled that the phone will be available in India in March, in which context an MWC announcement could be highly likely. The specs that got leaked include a dual-core Snapdragon processor clocked at 1GHz, 512MB of RAM, four-inch screen with WVGA resolution, 4GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD), five-megapixel shooter sans flash (from all the renders and leaks), ...

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    What's to become of the Nokia Normandy? The smartphone's been captivating us with its mystery for the past couple months now; what we first assumed would be some kind of Windows Phone handset has since drastically shifted in terms of our expectations, and found itself attached to the story that Nokia's been using the hardware to test the Android waters. Even if that were true what would it mean now? With the sale to Microsoft, was Normandy dead in the water? That may have been the smart bet, but rumors persist that something is still to come of this project, even as we get into the new ...

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    More than once this month we've had the opportunity to discuss some Nokia codenames, and one of the most interesting we've heard teased has been the Nokia Normandy. The key tidbit that had us so captivated was the promise from @evleaks that “Nokia Normandy is the missing link.” But the link between what and what? After running down some possibilities, we were leaning towards the notion that Normandy may bridge the gap between Windows Phone 8 and Windows RT, an idea that's been been on our minds a lot today. However, now we get our first leaked image of the Normandy, along with some ...

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    Every time Nokia announces another "Asha" low-end phone there are always people out there trying to extrapolate that into an indication that Nokia is giving up on Microsoft and abandoning the Windows Phone operating system that they are supposedly so committed to.  *cough*VentureBeat*cough*TheVerge*cough*  The truth is that Nokia has never stopped working on low-end inexpensive phones running their s40 operating system and have consistently been releasing new versions of these types of phones the whole time. Back in 2011, during the Nokia Windows Phone announcement, they said outright ...

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    With all this official stuff on the Nokia Lumia 928 starting to land, that handset is slowly casting off the garments of rumor and speculation and preparing to step out into the light. It doesn't look like it's doing so without a new mystery Nokia handset rising to take its place, and today the image up above is getting some attention, thanks to that handset in blue on the right. This image comes from the cover of a leaked Nokia document outlining some of the company's smartphone strategy. The doc talks about humanizing Nokia phones through a focus on things like City Lens, Here, and tech ...

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