For the longest time the Nokia Lumia 520 was the most popular Windows Phone handset out there, so itís very strange to see it running Android. And not just any Android either, the latest 7.1 Nougat!
XDA dev thinhx2 got CyanogenMod 14.1 to boot on the veteran smartphone and while it works, itís unstable and far from ready to be a daily driver. Still, itís massively impressive that it works at all - this is a phone with a dual-core 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. And it does split-screen multitasking as well!
Are you thinking what weíre thinking - why hasnít someone done the same to a flagship Lumia, say the 950 (XL)?