Nokia Made Android-Powered Smartphone On Its Way
Bangalore: Nokia might have involved in making a device which is the company’s first Android-powered Smartphone ‘Vertu Ti’. The device is likely to be one among many Android handsets made by Nokia’s ex company – the luxurious handset maker Vertu. The handset pictures have leaked according to a report from Gizbot.
Reports also state that the handset is likely to be announced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 which is slated to happen this month at Barcelona. The facts on Vertu Ti has been kept secret till date but as the biggest telephony fair is coming closer, there are chances for tech enthusiasts to get more updates in days to come.
A report on a Japanese blog named Blog of Mobile has given certain expected features of the handset. The device is expected to come with a dual core Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon processor of 1.5GHz running Android 4.0. Connectivity features include Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and a dud 1,250mAh powered battery.
Unwired view reports that Vertu Ti has a model number RM-828V, which clearly resembles the model numbers of Nokia’s latest Lumia WP8 handsets-Lumia 920 (RM- 820 and RM-822) and Lumia 820 (RM – 824 and RM 826). The device also possesses a camera, but its resolution is not known as the exact details are yet to be provided by reliable sources.
Until now Vertu only relied on aged operating systems. After breaking-up with the Finnish giant, the new owners would be likely to give Vertu – a brand substance combining with the goodness of Android.
Besides Vertu Ti, there would be a possibility to see more luxurious phones coming up very soon at the Mobile world Congress of 2013.
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