Nokia A110 smartphone running Android 4.4.1 appears on AnTuTu

If you've been following the news lately, then you might have come across the rumors about Nokia working on an Android phone of some sort. The Nokia Normandy, as it is being referred to, is believed to be a rather modest handset running a highly modified variant of Google's mobile OS. Also, it might have been already scrapped according to recent reports.

Yet not long ago, the reliable source known as @evleaks suggested that the Nokia Normandy project might actually be still alive and kicking. And he could be on the right track now that we seem to have benchmark data for Nokia's rumored Android device. 

The hardware data for a phone labeled as the Nokia A110 appeared on AnTuTu, indicating that the handset has a Snapdragon processor, a 5MP camera, and a screen with a resolution of 854 by 480 pixels. Furthermore, the tested device runs Android 4.4.1, according to the leak. That's all in terms of specs that the screenshots reveal.

Of course, having all this information does not guarantee that this alleged Android phone by Nokia will ever materialize. We could be looking at test data from a scrapped prototype device of some kind. But of course, today's leak also suggests that Nokia is not totally against launching an Android phone of its own. Guess we'll just have to wait and see what's in Nokia's plans, but if the Nokia Normandy is meant to see the light of day, than we might get to see it in the flesh next month at MWC.

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