There's no Nokia Android phones, not even one.
I however, can't tell if Nokia will release an Android phone but that seems very unlikely to happen.
2012-07-04 12:47 - edited 2012-07-05 6:05
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Nokia supports S40, S60, Symbian and Windows as an operating system. Android is not supported.
Hope this clears things up.
Have a look here for all available applications for the Asha 305. Don't forget to set your device in the left top corner first.
The Asha 305 runs on Symbian S40.
For any further detailed information, please contact your local Care line instead. You can also have a look at the Asha 305 specifications page.
I have to clarify that the Asha 305 uses Series 40 platform (which is based on Nokia OS, and has nothing to do with Symbian). And the device is capable of running Java (J2ME) applications and Series 40 Web Apps.
You can also refer to this page for details extra details, in addition to the Nokia.com specs page that was mentioned earlier.
It works with stylus other than finger touch though Nokia do not provide a touch pen / stylus. Touch screen works faster & better compared to Nokia 5800 as per my experience.
Why don't nokia release an android phone ???
The android market is rising day by day, and very few people prefer windows os.. ..
Realease atleast one mobile with android and you will the growth in nokia which was earlier .. ..
Please please please.. nokia.. release an android phoneeeeeee...