Leaks related to the Nokia X keep pouring in, and we have to admit, it’s worrisome for companies if pretty much everything related to their devices is out even before they reveal it officially. In the past few months, the secrecy of the Finnish brand’s first ever Android device has been compromised in such a way, that touching the device is the only that’s left to do for us.
EvLeaks, the notorious Twitter account which has been at the absolute forefront of the Nokia X leak campaign, has now reported confirmed specs of the handset. According to the account, a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor possessing dual cores of 1GHz capacity each will be found ticking inside the phone.
A 4-inch WVGA display will be placed on its front surface. And as far as memory is concerned, 512MB worth of RAM and 4GB worth of storage (expandable via microSD) will form part of it. The 512MB RAM supports Google’s claims of Android 4.4 KitKat being suited for low memory devices.
A 5MP camera will be handling the imaging and video shooting duties on the Nokia X, whereas a 1500mAh battery will be powering it from within. Since the device will be running a forked version of Android, it won’t support apps from the Google Play store. Users will need to download them through Nokia Store and other 3rd-party stores.
Nokia X: Snapdragon (1GHz x2), 4" WVGA, 512MB/4GB (+microSD), 5MP, 1500mAh, Android apps from Nokia Store + 3rd-party stores. Six colors.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 14, 2014
Lastly, there are six color options which the Nokia X should be made available in. These include green, white, yellow, red, blue and black, as we’ve found out through prior leaks from the same Twitter account.
Here’s a one-glance look at the leaked specs
– 4-inch 480 x 854 pixel touchscreen
– 1GHz Snapdragon dual core processor
– 5MP rear camera
– 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory
– 32GB microSD card support
– 1500mAh Li-ion battery
– Six color options