Nokia’s overindulgence in the color green could only mean one thing: Android

As the build-up towards the possible launch of the Nokia X intensifies, so does the company’s excessive use of the color green. Global warming is indeed an issue which needs utmost awareness, but we’re guessing that is not something the Finnish brand is referring to by painting its social media pages in green color, and it’s most certainly not interested in something that got legalized in Colorado recently.

What does it signify then?
The color that’s been adopted by the Facebook and Twitter pages of the company is similar to the shade which the little Android guy is painted in. Thus, it’s yet another indication that the first ever Android device from Nokia is right around the corner.

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An invitation sent by Nokia to the press requesting their attendance at the MWC 2014 conference also featured a green theme, providing further impetus to the possibility of the X phone having been planned to be unveiled at the Barcelona event.

What is the Nokia X?
Leaks in the past have made us familiar with almost every aspect of this upcoming phone. It is supposed to run an extremely modified version of the Android KitKat OS, and will bear an interface similar to that of Windows Phone devices. A 4-inch 480 x 854 pixel display will form part of its offerings as well.

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Furthermore, it will apparently be powered by a dual core 1GHz Snapdragon 200 processor, and will bear 512MB worth of RAM. A 5MP camera is also said to be kicked in by the Nokia X.

Here’s a detailed look at its speculated specs:

– Android KitKat 4.4
– 4-inch 480 x 854p touchscreen
– 1GHz Snapdragon 200 dual core processor
– Adreno 302 graphics
– 5MP rear camera
– 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory
– 32GB microSD card support
– Dual slots for microSIM cards
– 1500mAh Li-ion battery
– Six color options