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Nokia Normandy press render leaks. Confirms the leaked UI & looks good.

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After leaksters in China posting the image of the real device with “revelation of app home screen’, this was obviously the turn of evleaks to get things even! So, now the famous leakster has posted press render of upcoming Nokia Android device called Nokia Normandy or which may also come as Asha 1045.

The press render reveals the home-screen and it matches well with the home-screen revealed on the leaked device in China yesterday. It looks like Nokia’s take on metrofying Android. While it didn’t look much appealing in the real device yesterday, in press render it looks really eye-catching.

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The leaked image confirms other tidbits like Dual-Sim, Dual-Standby, yet again. Interested in knowing the other specs of the device, head over to our Nokia Normandy page. We are really proud of our coverage of the Nokia’s first Android device!

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  • Pekka

    Looks pretty nice actually. I still hope to see Fastlane.

    • JLIT99

      Yeah, Fastlane would be a good addition to Android.

      This is looking really good so far. If it’s released, I’ll most likely upgrade to it from my L520.

      Kamal, will there be an NPU app to download from the Nokia Store when I get this phone? 😉

      • Kamal

        I need someone to develop that 😛

  • God, I hope this is not going to come out.

    • Kamal

      Why so?

      • Because the launchers can change things in Android world, I don’t care how the UI looks. Rest, still prototyping, final UI might be much more polished.

      • Simply because i feel as if Nokia’s hardware is too beautiful for android. Furthermore, I’d hate to see Nokia become yet another pointless oem in the android world and i’d prefer not having anything that could prevent and/or damage future lumia/windows phone success.

        • JLIT99

          Nokia’s a business, not a religion..

          And far from damage chances of success, this could become the driving force in Nokia sales. It has a Snapdragon 200 processor (which is not compatible with WP due to lack of DirectX support), and is cheaper than the Snapdragon S4 in the Lumia 525.

          This should be very competitively priced.

          • Notice i was referring Lumia more so than Nokia. If Nokia is making low cost android phones, this could hurt the phones like 520/525 as I am sure it will be priced even lower than those phones and I’d hate to see this cause an issue with windows phone.

            Though i guess if this happens, I may have to consider Sony since they are throwing their hat in the ring. I am hoping Microsoft will put a stop to this.

            • JLIT99

              The Moto G was already going to be a serious threat to Lumia 520/525 sales. This prevents Nokia from loosing the custom to Moto.