As per the reports Nokia will unveil its first Android smartphone on 24th February at Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. Nokia is going to host a press conference on day first of MWC. Nokia X codenamed Normandy will be an entry level Android phone which will be of around $100-$150.
Nokia has changed UI of this phone which now resemble to Windows Phone UI which will help users to get use to of it and will help next time to pick Windows Phone upon upgrade.
Nokia will forked version of Android which means you wont have access to Google Apps but instead you will have access to Nokia and Microsoft apps like Here Maps, Outlook, Nokia Music, Bing, Skype and so on. Users also won’t be able to have access to Google Play, Nokia will launch its own store and allow developers to port there Android apps to it. Nokia has already ported some of the top apps like WhatsApp, Candy Crush Saga, Facebook, Twitter and so on.
As per specs, Nokia X will have a 4 inch of FWVGA screen, it will be powered by 1 GHz dual-core processor paired with 512 MB RAM, at back it will have a 5 megapixel rear snapper with no flash, It comes with 4 GB of onboard memory and has microSD card support. It will run on Android 4.4 KitKat which will be a forked version.