What appears to be an advert for Nokia’s upcoming Android smartphone has been published online.
The advert was tweeted by @evleaks on Monday. It shows the Nokia X name that has emerged as the likely moniker of Nokia’s Android phone line. It shows a line of green Lumia-style smartphones heading towards the viewer.
The tweet doesn’t reveal anything further about the phone. @evleaks has established a reputation for being right almost all of the time.
Details of Nokia’s first Android smartphone have slowly leaked onto the internet over the last couple of month.
However, the last couple of weeks have seen a raft of speculation and leaks.
They include what the smartphone will look like, most of its specifications and even the version of Android it runs on.
According to those reports, the phone will reportedly run on a dual-core 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 512MB RAM and come with a 4-inch screen and 4GB of storage. It is also said to feature a microSD card slot and five megapixel camera.
A Vietnamese website suggested that the phone may sell for as little as £66 when it launches.
The Android smartphone is expected to debut at Mobile World Congress next week.