Two new Nokia devices scheduled for production leaks
There is no doubt about it that we would be getting some releases from Nokia before this year runs to an end, and that these offering would run on the Android platform. Every day, a news item seems to pop up to further support this claim and another one of such is making the rounds now so if the idea of a new Nokia smartphone operated on the Android brand appeals to you, get in here for some good news.
As a restart of their production process, they are planning to launch the smartphones either in this same year or by the start of next year and they would go the way that Google goes when it comes to their Nexus devices by also allowing another company to make these phones on their behalf.
Having two of such being rumoured, one is very likely to be called Nokia 5320 which would use a CPU of four cores and have a clock speed of 2.27GHz. The 2GB of RAM on board might not impress most people but we must tell you that the rest of the specs of this one that leaked via a benchmark test indicated a flagship.
We should tell you at this point that you are looking at the Android KitKat 4.4.4 if you opt for this device on launch.
The second one doesn’t have a unique name yet. Simply identified by the RM-1490 model name, it has just a single core on board and has its operational frequency at a very meagre 500MHz.
The same 2GB of RAM debuts here and the Android version on this one is even older, being the 4.2.2 that we have left behind some years ago.
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