It seems that Nokia hasn’t shelved its plans of releasing an Android smartphone, which was allegedly codenamed Normandy, as a new leak shows the UI of the smartphone.
Leaks and rumours about a Android-powered smartphone from Nokia have popped-up time and again over the last few months signaling towards an eminent release. Nokia Normandy is dubbed to be a low-cost smartphone that will mark Nokia’s entry in the Android world. Earlier reports indicated that Nokia will revamp the Android OS to a great extent and give it a look and feel similar to that of Windows Phone wherein it will promote services including Skype, Bing search, Nokia Here along with other music and video services.
Days after this report, a leak from prolific leakster @evleaks showed the alleged smartphone in all its colourful glory indicating that the Android powered smartphone will take a cue from Lumia range of smartphones.
Today’s leak is again from @evleaks that shows the Normandy in green with the Android UI. The first shot seems to show the lock screen with alerts; the second one shows Skype with different options; and the third one is the Skype login screen. Normandy is devoid of any physical buttons and comes with one single virtual button. Further, from the looks of it the smartphone is going to be a dual-SIM one.