Nokia is preparing to unveil its first Android phone later this month. The Wall Street Journal reports that Nokia will unveil its Normandy phone at Mobile World Congress later this month. Citing sources familiar with Nokia’s plans, the WSJ reiterates previous reports from The Verge that Nokia’s first Android phone will use a modified forked version of Google’s operating system. The effort is similar to Amazon’s use of Android for its Kindle range of tablets, and Nokia is expected to integrate Microsoft services onto the device with a special application store for some existing Android apps. Nokia has scheduled a press event later this month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, hinting only at meet us under the tree. The Finnish smartphone-maker also recently teased an upcoming Windows Phone announcement, but The Verge understands Nokia will not focus heavily on its future Windows Phone plans at Mobile World Congress.