Finnish tech giant Nokia, which is ready to be a part of Microsoft, once the buyout of the company is finalized soon has sent out invites for what could be the last official appearance at a large event under the ‘Nokia’ brand name. Nokia has sent out invites to the section of the media inviting them to its Mobile World Congress conference on Monday 24 February at 7:30am (GMT) with no information given out on what the company plans to unveil.


But if the rumours which are doing the rounds are to be believed, then we could see the company announce the Nokia Lumia 1520V, Nokia Lumia 1820, Nokia Lumia 1525 and last but not the least, the Nokia X (Nokia Normandy) which will be the company’s one and only device running on the Android OS but a forked one. The flagship here is supposedly the Nokia Lumia 1820 which is expected to arrive with a dazzling 2K display, be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor coupled with 3 GB of RAM and have 32 GB expandable storage. It is expected to have a hefty 3400 mAh battery and might include the Lytro-like Refocus on-board with a Xenon Flash.

Next up is the Nokia Lumia 1520V which is supposedly a mini version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 and is expected to pack in a 4.3 inch full-HD display with a quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM while the camera is expected to be of a 20.7 megapixel and 32 GB of internal storage. Details on the Nokia Lumia 1525 are scarce, but might include a 25 or 30 megapixel camera with PureView technology and not to forget, solar charging. Yeah, you read it right.


Last in the list is the Nokia X or what we have mostly heard as the Nokia Normandy, which is expected to be Nokia’s one and only Smartphone running on Google’s Android OS but a forked one. And if the renders of the UI, which have leaked are to be believed, it seems to be inspired by the Windows Phone OS. The specifications are that of a budget device and the Nokia X will carry with a 4 inch display with 854 x 540 resolution display, Android 4.4.1, polycarbonate body, 5 megapixel camera, dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor and multiple colour options in tow.

The Mobile World Congress looks really interesting when it comes to Nokia’s side and we are keen to see how well the company manages its last conference.


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