For some time now, product development engineers at Nokia have been toiling away to introduce a new handset powered by a version of Google's Android operating system. On Monday, American business newspaper Wall Street Journal reported that the Finnish mobile phone and network equipment maker plans to unveil the novelty in late February, when the industry convenes for the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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Nokia to unveil first Android-powered handset
Officially called Asha on Linux, the product development project has also been referred to as Normandy, after the invasion of Allied Forces in Normandy, France, during World War II.