The rumor mill speculates that the oldsters at Nokia have an Android-powered smartphone within the works.
Unofficially dubbed Nokia Normandy, the smartphone is ready to carry a customized interface (find it irresistible occurs with most smartphones developed by means of Android OEMs) and, courtesy of @evleaks we get to have a look at the UI of the aforementioned smartphone.
Assuming the screenshots are real (most of @evleaks’ reports prove to be true eventually) the lockscreen of the interface Nokia designed for the Normandy is a reminiscent of Windows Phone, bringing large text and bottom-located notifications.
The leaked photos also reveal captures from the Skype and Viber apps. It’s also worth mentioning that the status bar of the Nokia Normandy shows two SIM cards, hinting that the device might have Dual-SIM capabilities.
According to Androidpolice.com “the Normandy could be totally altering the way in which Android works to compare Nokia’s function telephone aesthetic.”
Despite the fact that Microsoft is on the verge of shopping for Nokia’s Gadgets and Products and services division, the Normandy may in fact see the sunshine of day later this yr.
The brand new knowledge supplied via @evleaks enforces the concept Nokia’s Android-powered terminal can be a member of the low-finish section, whereas the alleged Twin-SIM toughen may trace in opposition to a debut on the rising markets. In truth, we would possibly no longer even see it hitting the North American shores.