nokia-normandy-new-UI-leak-635We have already heard about Nokia’s rumoured Normandy’s UI, but now, new leaked screenshots seem to have revealed new details of the yet-to-be-announced first Nokia Android device.

Phone tipster, @evleaks has yet again posted a pair of screenshot which it claims shows the alleged Nokia Normandy’s UI. The new leaked screenshots of the Normandy’s UI purportedly reveals the home screen and the notifications page. Notably, the home screen panel’s leaked screenshot includes apps for dialer, message, contacts, internet, Twitter, Skype, MixRadio, Here Maps, Camera app, Plants Vs. Zombies, Gallery, Vine, Facebook, Calculator, Calendar, Alarms, Music, Downloads, Radio, Viber, Opera and WeChat. It’s worth pointing out that the home screen of the alleged Normandy looks very similar to the tiles-based UI seen on Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices.

In addition, the leaked home screen panel of Normandy also includes BBM app which points that the device is running an Android version, though, no word on the alleged Android version as of now. The tweet said, “Two ways to interact with Normandy.”

Another leaked screenshot of the Nokia Normandy reveals the possible notifications page which is very reminiscent to Asha phone’s Fastlane, which is the new Nokia Asha phone’s home screen. The leaked notifications page reveals alerts for the alarm clock, calendar, missed calls or messages. There is also a ‘Recent’ section, which we assume shows the apps that were recently used by the user. The new leaked screenshots also show the dual-SIM support on top left of the screen.

Earlier this week, Nokia’s Normandy budget Android phone was purportedly leaked in multiple images. A Twitter user named @picturepan2 posted an image that supposedly revealed the second engineering prototype of the alleged Nokia Normandy Android phone, with a live image showing the Android operating system. There was no word on the version, and a proprietary launcher was also visible.

Prior to this, another leaked image purportedly revealed the alleged Nokia Normandy with a completely custom Android interface.



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