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Leak shows Nokia Normandy's Android KitKat UI

New Delhi: The rumors of the notorious Nokia Normandy prototype running on Android have just got stronger with more photos of the handset being leaked online. The leaks suggest that Normandy will be reusing the
India TV News Desk January 12, 2014 9:00 IST
India TV News Desk
New Delhi: The rumors of the notorious Nokia Normandy prototype running on Android have just got stronger with more photos of the handset being leaked online.

The leaks suggest that Normandy will be reusing the iconic Lumia design and will come in a plethora of different colors, just like the affordable Asha and Lumia phones.

The famous tipster @evleaks has posted three photos of the phone detailing the user interface. The screenshot shows two signal bars, suggesting a dual-sim model.

Instead of the three-key layout of standard Android phone (Home, Back and Task Switcher), there will be a single hardware button below the screen, similar to the one seen in the new Asha feature phones.

The phone appears to be running a heavily customized version of Android with the device displaying notifications like messages, missed calls and reminders at the lockscreen.

In another leak, someone put Nokia RM-980 A110 codenamed Normandy through AnTuTu's test, which featured a 4" FWVGA display (480x854 pixels), a 5MP rear camera and runs on Android 4.4.1 KitKat. Naturally, the chipset powering the Normandy is Qualcomm Snapdragon.

Reports from around the web suggest that the phone's development is going at "full steam ahead" and the smartphone is supposed to hit the shelves this year.