Now Nokia lumina with Android

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Microsoft may be masterminding a stun for its fans by making an Android-controlled Lumia cell showing the “Nokia by Microsoft” checking. A report similarly show the starting late talked-about Lumia 830 to join a ‘Nokia by Microsoft’ brandname.

While we have been listening to much the “Nokia by Microsoft” brand name since a month prior, this is the first event when we have run over an alternate tattle demonstrating the Redmond-based firm to make a Lumia handset running its enemy, Google’s Android OS.

This news begins from the acclaimed tipster @evleaks, who states “Gigantic news: Android-filled Lumia approaching, from Nokia by Microsoft” on its site.

We don’t know whether this also, in the same path as Nokia X (Review | Pictures) compass of handsets, will be an alternate meander or a totally Android  consolidated contraption with a quick get to Google Play. Clearly, the spilled information must be brought with a crush of salt.

In related news, a report from Windows Blog Italia (by method for Slashgear) shows a rendered picture of the starting late spilled Nokia Lumia 830 PDA with a ‘Nokia by Microsoft’ stamped on its back board.

Regardless, since the stamping was not seen on the spilled pictures, it is unpredictable to make certain centered around a casual rendered picture until the last thing arrives. The Nokia Lumia 830, which was seen in spilled pictures starting late, should be a mid-extent mobile phone that may offer a 4.3-inch presentation and 13-megapixel Pureview Polaroid like the Nokia Lumia 1020 (Review | Pictures).

The discussion production lines show that Microsoft may dispatch three new Windows Phone 8.1 devices in the not all that removed future, codenamed ‘Superman’, ‘Mclaren’, and ‘Rock’. At one time a report had affirmed that the gathered Microsoft Nokia Superman will go with a 4.7-inch show and could be depended upon to dispatch before this current year’s over. The mobile phone is said to be the association’s first selfie-focused Windows Phone.

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