Nokia seems to be working on much more than what the rumours suggest regarding its budget Android smartphone. It is now being rumoured that besides the Nokia X (also known as Nokia Normandy), the Finnish firm might also be working on two more Android smartphones.
The two rumoured Nokia handsets are said to include more high-end specifications than what is rumoured for the Nokia X. While the purported Nokia XX will come with better specifications than its single X version, the third handset, which is yet to be allotted a name, is speculated to fall under the firm's flagship line-up with high-end specifications.
Reports from tech.qq.com also mention that these two rumoured Android-based handsets by Nokia would not see the light of day at the MWC 2014 event. This further indicates that Nokia X might only be a mere experiment by the firm to study the market' response for the smartphone, based on which the other two handsets will take shape.
Talking about the Nokia X, it has been understood that the handset is tipped to have entered mass production at a Komarom plant in Hungary.
A Hungarian site claims that the Nokia X entered mass production in the company's Komarom plant a few weeks ago, a plant that notably saw reduction in its workforce as a part of job cuts that the Finnish company announced back in 2012.
The site also suggests that the Komarom plant is manufacturing the Nokia X, previously dubbed Nokia Normandy in multiple colours. Further, the site claims that Nokia X will not feature any Google Services or even support the Play Store, which is very much in-line with earlier reports.