The Sofica team, makers of the CamSpeed camera benchmark, spotted the Nokia RM-980, a.k.a. Nokia X, a.k.a. Normandy in their database of results. They shared some specs that were recorded but are not normally displayed with the benchmark results.
The Nokia X that did the benchmark was the dual-SIM version and the detected camera was a 3MP fixed-focus shooter.
Nokia RM-980 (Nokia X dual sim) spotted in CamSpeed, Camera 2048x1536 Fixed focus, Android 4.1.2 https://t.co/KJky2CZAsb— Sofica Ltd (@SoficaLtd) February 6, 2014
Rumors until now claimed a 5MP camera, meaning they could be wrong or the single and dual-SIM versions have different cameras. It's also possible that unfinished software prevented the benchmark from detecting the camera resolution properly.
The Nokia X ran Android 4.1.2, though it won't be pure Android but will feature Nokia customizations. Other specs for the phone include a 4" WVGA screen, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 4GB storage and a microSD card slot. Unfortunately, there's no info on what kind of video the camera will record.
The phone is supposed to launch as an Asha device in March. It even looks like an Asha.
Source | Via