Nokia’s first Android smartphone Normandy leaked








The rumored Nokia Android phone is among the hottest topics in the technology industry right now, with several leaks and rumours emerging every week. The latest leak shows the engineering prototype of the handset for the first time.

While Nokia still hasn’t revealed plans for its rumored Normandy budget Android phone, a new leaked live image now points to the existence of such a device.

Lately Nokia’s Normandy UI images were posted by @evleaks, now one more tipster shared a Nokia device running Android 4.4, confirms the project is still alive.

Further the leaked image purportedly reveals the back button below the display that appears to be a capacitive touch button, similar to what usually seen on Nokia’s Lumia smartphones. Unfortunately, the leaked image shows the alleged Normandy in a casing which covers most of the rest of the design elements of the device. It’s worth pointing out that this is the first time a live image purportedly shows the alleged Normandy Android phone, and we have in the past seen a number of supposed renders of the rumored device.

The leaked Normandy images also show dual-SIM support, lock screen notifications, an on-going call screen (that could be the dialler app, but looks very similar to popular messaging app Viber) and a log-in screen for Microsoft’s Skype.


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