Nokia ‘Normandy’ budget Android phone purportedly leaked in multiple images

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Nokia’s alleged Normandy Android phone has been leaked again, this time revealing more details about the overall design, colour variants and the interface.

A twitter user named @picturepan2 has posted an image that reveals another engineering prototype of the alleged Nokia Normandy Android phone. The tweet said, “Another engineering prototype of Nokia Normandy.” The leaked engineering prototype purportedly shows the rumoured Normandy phone in live image running the Android OS, though no word on the version. Further, the leaked image reveals the proprietary launcher of the alleged Normandy phone. The screen includes apps for dialler, contacts, messages, clock, camera, gallery, music, calendar, browser, Nokia Store, and calculator. Notably, all the apps are placed in rows, which include three apps in each row. The alleged Normandy leaked engineering prototype is further seen supporting dual-SIMs and Wi-Fi.

In addition, popular phone tipster, @evleaks has also posted a render that purportedly reveals the Nokia Normandy in multiple colours. The leaked render shows the rumoured Normandy in six colour variants including Black, Cyan, Green, Red, White and Yellow, which is very reminiscent to Asha’s new phone line-up (Asha 500, Asha 502, Asha 503). The tweet said, “Nokia Normandies, 2014.”

The leaked render also shows the alleged Normandy phone’s homescreen housing apps like MixRadio, Skype, Twitter, Plants Vs. Zombies, and gallery among others. It’s worth pointing out that the homescreen of the alleged Normandy looks very similar to the tiles-based UI seen on Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices.’

Earlier on Monday, the alleged Nokia Normandy was supposedly spotted in an image of a leaked engineering prototype. The leaked image showed the alleged Normandy smartphone with Nokia branding on the screen, which usually appears when switching on a device.

An earlier leaked image of the rumoured Nokia Normandy purportedly revealed a completely custom Android interface running on top of the device.


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