Yesterday we reported that the Nokia Android phone could be revealed this month. Today we’re hearing that more handsets from the company using Google’s OS could be inbound.
Tech.qq has allegedly been tipped that other Androids will follow the phone, including higher-end models. However these new phones will apparently be revealed in May – June, while the original, thought to be named the Nokia X, will launch at MWC.
The report suggests that Nokia’s Asha line of low-end handsets will be left with the company after the transition. This could explain why a primarily Windows Phone-focussed brand is making the move to Android with an Asha overlay.
Hopefully more will follow leading up to the phone’s reveal at the end of MWC.