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Three Nokia Android devices expected to be launched by July

There have been lot of rumours and speculations regarding the Nokia X device (codenamed Normandy), since two months now. However, much to the excitement of Nokia fans, it looks like there are two additional Android devices in the pipeline.

This will be the first time the Finnish smartphone maker will be trying their hands at producing an Android device. The buyout of Nokia by Microsoft has not completed yet and before the deal goes through fully, Nokia might be able to get three Android smartphone in the market. We have been already hearing a lot about Nokia X, but if we are to believe the rumours, Nokia is planning to have a portfolio of devices spread across different price bands.

The handset that is second in line is reportedly known internally as the “Nokia XX” and is expected to be a mid range device with better specifications that the Nokia X which is being reported as a cheap entry level Android smartphone.

The third device whose name is not know yet (we don’t expect it to be named Nokia XXX), will be flagship Android offering from Nokia and have high end specifications and definitely a premium price tag.

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The Nokia X is expected to be revealed during Mobile World Congress next week. The other two devices are slated for May and June release respectively. There are no official statements or solid evidence that could prove the authenticity of the reports and these rumours should be taken with a grain of salt.

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