Nokia’s Android smartphone could cost as little as £66 when it launches later this month.
Nokia’s Android smartphone reportedly appeared on a Vietnamese retailer’s website priced roughly $110. It was taken down shortly afterwards.
According to the posting, the phone’s official name is the Nokia X A110.
Nokia’s Android handset has been rumoured to come with a five megapixel camera. However, according to information published to CamSpeed, its rear facing camera is only three megapixels.
It also revealed the phone runs on software based around Android 4.1. Nokia has forked Android in a similar way to Amazon.
Other information revealed by the CamSpeed filing includes that the handset will come with dual-SIM functionality. The dual SIM functionality suggests that the phone will be targeted at the Asian market where Nokia’s Asha range has been popular.
Nokia has been rumoured to be working on an Android-based device to replace its Asha range of budget smartphones.
Previous rumours have suggested that the phone will come with 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and a microSD card slot. It is also said to come with a 1,500mAh battery.
Nokia had been expected to launch the smartphone at Mobile World Congresslater this month.
However, with Samsung all but confirmed to be showing off the Galaxy S5, Nokia – like others – may choose to hold off its unveiling to a later date.