Nokia has officially launched its new range of Android powered smartphones - the Nokia X, the Nokia X+ and Nokia XL. The cheapest in the range costs just 89 Euros (that is around $120) and will be available immediately.
Before selling to Microsoft, Nokia had Lumia Android phones in the works
As it turns out, not only was an Nokia Android device discussed, it was a reality. The New York Times is reporting a team within Nokia had Android up and running on Lumia smartphones before the company was sold to Microsoft.
Former Nokia CEO founds Newkia, aims to create the Nokia Android phone you’ve always dreamed of
For all those among us that have dreamed of a Nokia Android phone, perk up. The marriage of Nokia's legendary build quality and the best mobile operating system in the world would be a truly amazing thing, and now, it's looking more likely than ever.
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