Nokia X aka Normandy pops up on Browsermark's database

Nokia logoIs there anything we don't know about the Nokia's Android phone codenamed Normandy? We already learned its name - Nokia X, we know its specs too - a 4" WVGA display, dual-core Snapdragon 200 chipset, a 5MP cam, 4GB storage, dual-SIM, six different colors, stripped down Android 4.4 KitKat.

Nokia X aka Normandy pops up on Browsermark's database

We saw the Nokia X leaks via AnTuTu benchmark. Today it has entered yet another benchmark database - the one of Browsermark 2. According to the submitted info, Nokia X's model number is RM-980 and its Chrome browser scores 1885.88 on the test.

Here is the Nokia X results compared to other popular smartphones.

According to the rumors, Nokia X won't be a Google certified phone, which means no Google Services including the Play Store. Nokia will reportedly provide its own application store, but the users will be able to sideload apps, too.

Anyway, Nokia X is expected to go official at the Nokia's pre-MWC event in Barcelona next month.

Source: GSMArena

Tags: Android, Nokia, smartphones

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