Nokia’s first Android smartphone codenamed ‘Normandy’ is slowly generating a good deal of buzz on the Internet. After the first photo of the Nokia prototype device surfaced online this morning, another photo has now leaked courtesy of Twitter user Picturepan2. Also Read - Nokia C30 budget phone launched with price under Rs 10,000: Check specs, price
Much like the photo leaked in the morning, this new photo also doesn’t shed much light on the smartphone’s specifications. Instead, what we see is a device designed like the Asha smartphones, with a single back button. The UI, which is a forked version of Android, is similar to the leaked photos we saw earlier this month. The app menu seen in the photo above looks more like the Asha UI than the Android we are more used to. Also Read - Nokia XR20 rugged 5G phone launched: Check specs, price, India launch details
From what we know so far, Normandy will have its own App Store and will be able to run apps like Skype, Office suite, Outlook, HERE Maps and Bing search, but will miss out on most of the Google services.
Normandy is expected to be unveiled at next month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and is likely to be priced between $100 and $125.