The Nokia Normandy (as it's currently known) is an interesting device from the company, which has been covered by us numerous times already. We've seen leaked renders and live photos hit the Internet, but now popular (and accurate) leakster Twitter profile, @evleaks has released the above image showing off the Nokia Normandy and its Android UI.
As one can see in the above renders, the UI shares similar elements to the live photos shared over on WPDang. The device itself is believed to be low-end, and by going with the above images we can see Nokia altering the Android UI slightly – remember, this is reported to be a forked Android experience with custom features implemented.
What will be interesting to see is whether or not we'll see the Normandy hit stores with the upcoming purchase by Microsoft. We'll keep our eyes open for more details, but be sure to sound off your thoughts below.
Source: Twitter (@evleaks); thanks to everyone who tipped us!
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