Nokia X Android phone gets closer in latest leaked shot

With less than a week before Nokia's Android phone is revealed, the Nokia X has surfaced in another leaked photo.

It isn't easy being green. With less than a week before Nokia's Android phone is revealed, the emerald-hued Nokia X has surfaced in another leaked photo.

Codenamed the Nokia X or Nokia Normandy, the new phone is expected to be Nokia's first Android blower. Twitter tipster @evleaks shows off the new snap, which appears to be a marketing or advertising image. 

Last week Nokia dyed its Facebook and Twitter pages green, apparently in readiness for the X. Both pages have now gone back to different colours, including the familiar Lumia yellow. What can it all mean?

The green hue of the phone in these leaked photos is reminiscent of the signature green of Google's Android, personified in the domed head of the software's mascot. That seems odd, however, as Nokia is reported to be distancing itself from Google at least in as far as the phone will not access Google Play, but will download apps from Nokia's own-brand Android store.

Nokia's MWC press conference, where we'll meet Nokia's new phones including the X, takes place at the crack of dawn on 24 February, the first day of phone and tablet extravaganza Mobile World Congress. We'll be there to bring you the first news, videos and hands-on first impressions of the new Nokia and all the coolest kit you need to know about -- so keep it CNET.

 

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