Nokia Normandy is rumored to be Nokia's new phone which runs on a forked version of Android. Sources says it is going to come under Nokia's budget phone series Asha. Here we are posting some of the leaked pictures came on several sites from last two-three months.
|This modified UI version of Android clearly shows you the lock screen and Skype app working on Nokia Normandy.|
Nokia has already sold their mobile phone manufacturing division to Microsoft.Even though the deal has made, it will be completed only on second half of this year. Nokia's solid hardware and Android's awesomely popular OS will make a winning combo.
|On this screenshot, unfortunately all icons are blurred.|
Nokia is working on this concept as fast as possible.And if reports are to be believed the Nokia Normandy will be launched in MWC which will happen in next month in Barcelona.
|Notice the soft touch based 'BACK' button below the screen.|
Nobody knows how Microsoft will react to this project since they bought Nokia to spread their Windows OS based Lumia series. Since Normandy is just a code name it's official name must be something different.
|Yes it does have a camera but the important thing--flash-- is missing.|
Nokia Normandy will come in multiple colors like Nokia Asha and Nokia Lumia series. You can see that, there is a 'Back' button below the screen just like the new Nokia Asha 500 series.
|Normandy comes in multiple colors just like it's distant cousins(Asha series)|
Even though they have made a new OS called Asha OS for the new 500 series, they are exploring more options for the low end phones by trying Android OS.
|Nokia Normandy- testing mode.|
You can call this phone as a Samsung killer since this will surely cause Nokia to get back their crown in the fast developing mobile phone world.
|Nokia Normandy running on the latest version of Android OS-KitKat.|
All Nokia fans from all over the world are waiting with their fingers crossed. Will this phone see the day light before Microsoft take over the mobile phone giant. We have to wait and see.