Nokia’s surprising trio of Android-based smartphones will reportedly be restricted to “growth markets”, thus dodging North America, and should run 75% of existing Android apps with no glitches or tweaks needed.
Nokia’s Stephen Elop earlier today took the Mobile World Congress stage to officially showcase the company’s first ever Android-running smartphone, the notorious X, along with the surprising X+ and XL.
Looks like Sony Xperia Smartphones will get some special treatment as new builds of CyanogenMod 10.1 will bring new camera features to the high-end Xperia devices.
After the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One, looks like its Sony’s turn to have a Google Edition product in their portfolio. No prizes for guessing which phone will be selected for the job.