Nokia To Launch Android

Nokia is reportedly working on a budget Android phone for next year - but will have to persuade Microsoft it's a good idea. The company is developing low-end devices which run a forked version of Android, according to sources speaking to The Verge. Codenamed "Normandy", the new phones would complement Nokia's existing Asha range of budget devices. The phone if it runs a heavily customised version of Android. The sources said Nokia had tweaked Normandy's software to look more like Windows Phone. The company could also pre-install services such as Skype and Bing, offering a gateway into Microsoft's services. That might be preferable to budget consumers buying low-cost Android phones and signing up to Google's services.
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