Nokia is likely to introduce a feature phone working on the world's first Android operating system.
HMD Global (which has the rights to sell Nokia phones), is likely to bring the Android operating system into feature phones (older button phones).
According to Google reports, this feature phone called Nokia 400, 4G has been spotted on the WiFi Alliance website, which is the main operating system GFP.
It is not clear whether GAPP is an acronym for Google characters, nor has Google officially announced it, but Android Apps and Google Assistant may work in it.
Late last year it was revealed that a Google team was working on a version of the Chrome browser for Android phones that could work on a feature phone that was missing a touch screen.
Google quit work on the project in September last year but reported that the Nokia 400 4G was certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group in November 2019.
Be aware that KIOS is the only operating system for apps in feature phones at this time, and it seems that Google now wants to compete in this market so that Android can reach one billion more people.
If Google or Nokia are expected to introduce the Android feature phone in the near future, it could be at the Mobile World Congress this month or even at the annual developer conference of Google.