[Rumor] Microsoft Making a Lumia Edition Flagship Level Nokia Android

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  1. dgstorm

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    When Nokia released its first (and second) Android handset(s), the device turned out to be a mediocre budget friendly offering and Android fans uttered a collective, "meh." Many of us where hoping Nokia would have the courage to launch an actual flagship Android device to at least add some spice to the sometimes stale Android market.

    That obviously didn't happen with the Nokia X and the Nokia X2, but there is a new rumor which has renewed hope for something better. Ironically, this new rumor suggests that Microsoft themselves are planning to introduce a flagship level Android device with the Lumia name and Nokia by Microsoft branding. If true this seems like a bizarre turn-around, yet potentially logical considering how differently Microsoft has been lately with their new CEO.

    Of course, it's also possible the Android OS on the device will be as unrecognizable as the current one on the Nokia X lineup. What do you guys think? Would you like to see a Nokia Lumia Android flagship device?

    Source: @evleaks
     
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    If it has that ridiculous 40mp camera, yes!
     
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    Hahaha... yes. I completely agree!
     
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