Nokia is building an Android phone and Microsoft will not kill it – Why?

So is Nokia really working on an Android-based phone and would Microsoft really go ahead with such a device? Nokia’s low-end mobile phone unit has been working for some time on an effort that goes alternatively by the names Normandy and Asha on Linux. Normandy aims to repurpose the open-source version of Android into a better entry-level smartphone than Nokia has had with its current Asha line, which is based on the aging Series 40 operating system.

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Published by Nishitha

I am done with my Physiotherapy Graduation. And I always try to share Health and technology tips with people. Apart from Physiotherapy and being a tech savvy, I do explore more on Technology side and I keep sharing my findings with wider audience.

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