So, one more scoop we shared with you is confirmed by other sources now. We shared the tip that Nokia Normandy is a part of Nokia’s MWC lineup and now WSJ confirms that it is indeed happening, via their sources.
According to WSJ,
Microsoft Corp. is turning to an unlikely ally to boost its presence in mobile phones: archrival Google Inc. Nokia Corp., whose mobile-device business will soon be bought by Microsoft, plans to introduce this month a smartphone powered by a version of Google’s Android mobile software, according to people familiar with the matter. Nokia engineers had been developing the Android phone before Microsoft struck the €5.4 billion…
WSJ also supports the idea shared by our sources that Nokia was indeed working on this device before the deal and had has put it on release path. Anyways, Nokia Normandy has already passed certifications in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
In case you want to read more about the specs and features, then no better place than our Nokia Normandy page.