The Nokia X is reportedly in production at Nokia's Hungary factory
Reports from Hungary claim that the Nokia X has successfully passed testing and is now in production at Nokia's factory in the city of Komárom. The source "confirmed" that the Android phone in Windows-clothing won't feature Google's Play Services and Play Store, which we have no reason to doubt. Of course, the option of side-loading is there for everyone, unless Nokia and Microsoft go the extra mile at securing their fork of Android.
The source wasn't 100% sure about the launch date of the Nokia X, but all the evidence so far has pointed to a reveal at MWC 2014 in Barcelona, Spain (Feb 24-27). We will be there, as usual, so stay tuned for our coverage. If the first Nokia Android phone is really there, there's no way we're missing it.
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