When we first heard of Nokia attempting to produce an Android-powered smartphone codenamed Normandy, people had mixed opinions about it, some were delighted, while some says it won’t work especially if Nokia patches in their own skin. Let’s just say most people doesn’t like Nokia’s sense of UI design.
And now the device is back with a couple of new leaks.
Thanks to our usual suspect – evleaks, we now have renders of the Nokia Normandy running on Android. We can see Nokia’s Android launcher, or lockscreen, and Skype app. And if you notice the two sim-card like figures in statusbar, the Normandy could be a dual-SIM phone.
Another leak shows some of the Normandy’s specs when it went through AnTuTu benchmark. The result showed that the Normandy is running on Android 4.4.1 and will feature a 4-inch FWVGA 480×854 display, a 5MP rear camera, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.
Your thoughts. Does the Normandy’s alleged UI and specs looks appealing to you? Let us know in the comments below.
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