Nokia to debut first Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress

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Rumors about Nokia‘s first Android powered device have been gaining speed, and the latest on the phone is that Nokia will debut it at the upcoming Mobile World Congress. The device was also under development when Microsoft first made their bid to buy Nokia’s mobile device business. So far the leaked specifications of the device suggest that it will be an entry level device, and even that it will feature a modified version of Android that won’t include access to the Google Play Store, but will instead use Nokia’s own app store.

Source: WSJ

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  • EJLEE072006

    Lol…what a POC

  • guest

    Wonder if Nokia’s App Store will require developers to attempt recompiling their apps just as Samsung’s App Store does?

  • ButcherChop

    It’s own app store? LOL!! Idiots.