Nokia Normandy aka Nokia X benchmarked, to come with a 3MP camera and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

Nokia Normandy or Nokia X as you may call it is all set for a launch in March and will be the company's sole Android offering in the market. The smartphone is undergoing benchmark tests and the same has popped up on CamSpeed camera benchmark and the Sofica team who are the makers of the benchmark have spotted the Nokia RM-980 or the Nokia Normandy in their database.

Nokia X press render

So they have shared some specifications that it recorded but the same are not usually showcased with the benchmark results. The Nokia X which showed up was the dual-SIM version and it was detected that it had 3 MP fixed focus camera. But what was surprising was that they stated that the smartphone ran on Android 4.1.2 whereas the previous reports have showcased the smartphone running on Android 4.4 KitKat.

The previous rumours had suggested that the smartphone will come with a 5 MP camera but the case might be that due to unfinished software, the benchmark results couldn't record proper results. No matter which version of Android it features, it will have a heavy Nokia customisation on top of it. The smartphone will join the Asha series of devices instead of an all-new range.

Other rumoured specs are a 4-inch WVGA display with Gorilla Glass protection, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor which will team up with a 512 MB RAM. The internal storage capacity will be 4GB and the same will feature a microSD card slot for expanding memory. It will be offered in a wide variety of colours. Stay tuned for further updates on the same.