Nokia’s first Android device, the Normandy, or the Nokia X, has been a regular on our leaks list. We have seen it’s images leaked, and yesterday, it’s alleged specs as well.
And yesterday the infamous Android device has made yet another appearance this time in the Indonesian FCC site which was quickly removed. The leak came from the way of Indonesian blog nokianesia, which provided the image of the … Continue reading
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Nokia’s rumored first Android powered smartphone we have been calling ‘Normandy’ has been the talk of the town for a whole month now, and according to Nokia Normandy’s primary leakster, evleaks, the device is ought to be called the Nokia X if it were to be announced.
We have seen many images and UI leaks regarding Nokia’s first Android stint, and rumors has it that the device could come as early as the … Continue reading
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Well here it is you guys, Nokia’s new low-end platform called Normandy! This new platform will look remarkably like Windows Phone OS but no, it will not be based on WP8.1, but a special Android Kitkat version! All of these info come from the well known leaker @evleaks, along with images of Nokia’s first low-end Android smartphone and some UI screenshots on the inside.
According to all rumours, Nokia Normandy will pack a 4 inch display (854×480 pixels), a … Continue reading
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When we first heard of Nokia attempting to produce an Android-powered smartphone codenamed Normandy, people had mixed opinions about it, some were delighted, while some says it won’t work especially if Nokia patches in their own skin. Let’s just say most people doesn’t like Nokia’s sense of UI design.
And now the device is back with a couple of new leaks.
Thanks to our usual suspect – evleaks, we now have renders of the Nokia Normandy running … Continue reading
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It looks like Nokia has another thing to be grateful about this new year, since – according to a German court ruling the company can forbid the sales of HTC devices in Germany that are against patent No EP1148681. So Nokia – if they want- can ask HTC to stop the release of several devices like HTC One Mini, One and One Max! Obviously if the finnish want to do such a thing they have to pay first 400 million euros to HTC.
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Last week (on September 23) the U.S. ITC (International Trade Commission) judged that HTC infringed on two Nokia’s radio patents that improve the transmission and reception of phone calls.
In the case, were listed only the older HTC phones. But HTC One uses the same technology as well. So Nokia said that HTC One will be included in any ban that will take place in U.S.
The chip that violates Nokia’s patents and is used in HTC One was made … Continue reading
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