Well the rumors are supposedly true when later during the year, the once not long ago the world’s largest handset maker, would be looking to turn its fortunes around by launching its FIRST Android device, Normandy. Yes my readers you guessed the later part perfectly right. Finnish handset maker Nokia who has been going through turbulent times and looking to seek some reprieve from Microsoft has decided to experiment something new, once which it did in almost all its handsets which made it a giant. After joining hands with Nokia to launch a wide range of Windows based phones, Nokia has finally stepped into the Android foray by spreading rumors about Normandy.
The Normandy is rumored to sport a 4 inch LCD screen with 854*480 resolution display and have a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 which would be a Quad Core processor with 512 MB of RAM. But according to a latest leak from @nextleaks, it says the processor would be a Snapdragon 400 processor clocking a speed of 1.7 GHz with 1GB of RAM. It would include a 5MP camera but without flash as we can clearly make out from the leaked images and an internal memory of 4 GB.