Could Nokia be cheaping out on its upcoming Android smartphone’s camera? It appears so, after reports suggested that the Nokia Normandy could feature a 3 megapixel snapper.
Whilst this doesn’t mean that the camera will be of poor quality, but it certainly doesn’t bode well for the handset, which is set to be released at MWC in Barcelona later this month.
The handset was never considered a high-end device, but many who were looking forward to the smartphone will certainly be disappointed about the camera.
We’ve seen technology in the HTC One, making a low megapixel snapper much better than expected, but it is very unlikely that we’ll see anything like this with the Normandy.
The Normandy is expected to feature a 4” display, 512MB RAM, Android 4.4 KitKat and 4GB expandable internal storage.
We don’t think any of these details will be changing before the Normandy is revealed, but again it wouldn’t be a surprise to see more changes with this camera revelation coming so late.
One thing we definitely know about the Normandy is that it will be available in several vibrant colours, something we hope will not change.
Written by Luke Hatfield