Leaked Images Reveal Nokia Android-Powered Smartphone UI

A few weeks back, @evleaks released a screenshot of a Nokia handset codenamed Normandy, which was said that will run on a modified version of Android OS. The handset specs were rumored to be fairly mid range, though it remains to be seen what the actual specs will be. However, it appears that we get more insights on the handset’s UI from @evleaks again, with the addition of three more screenshots detailing the UI look.

The device has just one physical button, which looks like a back button. Other than that the user interface will rely on on-screen navigation keys. In the pictures we can see Viber running, Skype running and the lock screen. The phone is a dual SIM according to the icons on the notification bar.

The user interface looks like a cross between the Asha UI and stock Android. To be honest it doesn’t look that bad. Nokia has never been known for their software aesthetic sense, but this looks like a rather impressive attempt. Now we will just have to see if the handset will actually be released.

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Image courtesy of @evleaks

Two New Nokia Asha handsets Have Been Leaked

Two Nokia handset images have been leaked a few hours ago, according to a post by UnwiredView. The most interesting part is that Nokia kept their existence on the low-key and the following images can at least confirm the rumor of their presence.

One of them is codenamed Nokia Normandy, and its design suggests that it may be a Lumia. However, it’s does not show running a Windows Phone OS, as its home/back button is similar to the Nokia’s latest Asha models, including the 500, 501, 502 and 503. Therefore, the conclusion is that the two handsets are powered by the Nokia Asha software platform.

Information regarding the handset specs has not yet been revealed, and the same goes for availability details. However, the pics are confirmation that the latter information is soon to be revealed as well.

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Images courtesy of UnwiredView