Nokia X a.k.a Normandy shows up on Browsermark 2 benchmark's database

The not-so-secret Nokia X has shown up on another benchmark database which has fueled even more rumors about the phone.

Even though Nokia is yet to officially announce their first Android phone, the rumored Nokia X aka Normandy has already been spotted on Browsermark's database. A few weeks ago it was also spotted on Antutu benchmark's database.
These leaks are slowly confirming that the Finnish mobile phone maker might actually release the device soon. The Browsermark database shows a picture of the device running Android Kitkat 4.4 even though the specifications have not been listed. So far, the rumored specs include a 4 inch display with WVGA (480x5854), a 5MP camera, 4 GB storage capacity and an optional 32 GB expandable memory slot.
According to the Browsermark database, Nokia X's model number is RM-980 and its Chrome browser score stands at 1885.88 in the test. According to some other rumors, Nokia X won't be a Google certified phone which means the apps will be provided to users from Nokia's own app store but users may be able to sideload apps to install apps from other services.
Nokia X may be launched at Nokia's official MWC (Mobile World Congress) event in Barcelona next month.

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