Nokia will reportedly release its first Android-powered smartphone at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
According to WSJ, the smartphone won’t have access to Google Play or include other popular Google apps, instead is will offer a Nokia application store with Android apps.
It is also reported to have services such as Here Maps and Nokia Mix Radio.
The device was initially codenamed Normandy, but there has been reports that it may be called the Nokia X when released.
Rumoured features include a 4-inch WVGA display, dual-core Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, dual-SIM and MicroSD card.
MWC 2014 kicks off on February 24th and runs until the 27th.