For a company that purposefully steered away from Android, Nokia sure is making a lot of fuss about its upcoming Android phone.

The device in question, the Nokia X A110, was caught in China. It's supposed to join the Asha line and it looks the part – it has a single back button below the screen. That's because the A110 will run a customized version of Android.

Nokia X A110 spy photos

The UI certainly looks quite different – obviously inspired by Windows Phone's live tiles. The Store shortcut will lead to an separate app repository (not the Play Store) but so far little is known about it.

Nokia will also be replacing Google's Maps with its own HERE suite and the Nokia X A110 will come with a free navigation license for one country. Nokia also has its own music service, so we'll probably be seeing that too.

Heavily customized Android with Nokia services replacing Google's

Anyway, this is clearly the dual-SIM version of the phone, but there will be a single-SIM option too. The price target is under CNY 700 ($115 / €85), and there should be a minimal price difference between the single and dual-SIM models. 


Micromax Knight A350 Teaser released first on rahulkumark.webs.com


 DISPLAY    5 INCH 1080P(441 PPI)
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    RAM  2GB




Meizu and BQ Readers will ship Ubuntu phones this year



Ubuntu’s founder Mark Shuttleworth pointed that the initial partners were chosen because of their expertise in penetrating emerging markets. More established manufacturers are expected to hop on the Ubuntu bandwagon in 2015.

The upcoming Linux-based smartphones are said to feature “the latest hardware.” Canonical is serious about app support too. It aims to have the top 50 mobile applications available on Ubuntu by the end of the year.

We are yet to see an official announcement of Ubuntu smartphone. MWC in Barcelona next week could be the venue of such event. 

Upcoming HTC One 2014 flagship pictured in gray

Despite being called The All New One, the 2014 HTC flagship obviously takes many of its design cues from its predecessor.

The smartphone is tipped to sport a 5-inch 1080p flagship with a Snapdragon 800 CPU ticking inside, and will also come in silver. The most notable addition, of course, is the dual-camera, dual-LED setup on the back.

Although we won't see the new One next week at MWC next week, HTC has announced a major event for March 25, so we'll likely get to see it in flesh in less than a month. '


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