It is not a secret that Nokia has started loving Android, even though the Finns are acquired by Microsoft( the process is not complete yet). The first Smartphone from Nokia and Android pair, codenamed as Nokia Normandy is now making its way to some wild rumors.
From all the available details till now, the device is supposed to be an entry-to mid level Android Smartphone, with Nokia’s Lumia inspired design. If so we will see the device in a number of vibrant colors.
Today @evleaks posted a rendered image of the upcoming Nokia Normandy running on Android. From the picture, it is clear that Nokia is not following the regular rules of Android, in UI design. Rather, it seems to be using a customized version of Android, without any on-screen navigation buttons. The picture also gives a glimpse on the Lock Screen, Viber and Skype apps on Nokia Launcher.
Another interesting thing regarding the picture is that, the renders seems to be made particularly for Indian markets (see the names). So one thing is sure, with their new phone Nokia is targeting Indian markets also. Where the mid-range Android market is flooded with domestic makers.
In a related news, a device which is supposed to be Nokia Normandy appeared in AnTuTU’s benchmark site. According to the details available from there, the phone is reportedly coming with 4.0″ FWVGA display, driven by Snapdragon processor and features a 5MP rear camera. It runs on the latest version of Android, Android 4.4.
Via : @evleaks, NokiaPowerUser