Nokia is set to potentially unveil its first Android device, and we're here to see it live
It may be the small hours in the U.S., but we're up and at 'em in Barcelona, Spain, for Nokia's Mobile World Congress press event, and it's livebloggin' time!
We're expecting to get a look at Nokia's first Android device — the Nokia X, aka "Normandy." That X stuff may be a code name, or it may not. We'll see. And we also need to set our expectations here — we're not likely to see a mainstream Android device here. Instead, expect something low-cost for emerging markets, devoid of Google Play and the customary Google services.
Still, seeing the likes of Nokia make at least one Android device is a cause for excitement. So join us for the liveblog Monday morning at 8:30 a.m. CET — that's 2:30 a.m. in New York, 11:30 p.m. Sunday evening on the West Cost of the U.S.
This is gonna be fun.
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