Just less than a week away from the 2014 Mobile World Congress happening in Barcelona, Spain, participating smartphone makers has already started sending out invites and teasers for the devices they will showcase during the said annual event. Nokia is no stranger to this, as they are expected to unveil a number of devices, including the much talked about Nokia X aka Normandy, the company’s first Android-powered device.
The Finnish company sent out their first invite (pictured above) as early as late January featuring a nature-esque theme. They then outed a series of photos through their Weibo account of what seems to be leading to a treasure map of what seems to be a hint for the Nokia X A110.
The first photo shows a 2 monkeys on a hill, with a tree. The next photo shows the roots of the same tree, with three distinct X’s, with the middle one in a green color.
The last photo of the series is a treasure map with four green arrows forming an on the center, near a treasure chest. There’s also a Chinese text on the bottom of the photo, with numbers translating to February 24, 15:30 or 3:30pm.
The rumored Nokia X is said to feature a 4 inch screen, a Snapdragon processor with 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of ROM running on a heavily skinned Android OS that will resemble a Windows Phone UI. On top of that, there is Nokia’s own app store in place of the Google Play Store, among other Nokia and Microsoft apps. [via 1 and 2]