Nokia Android Phone’s User Interface Leaked

Posted: Jan 28 2014, 6:19am CST | by , in Mobile Phones


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Nokia Android phone’s user interface leaked
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The famous Finnish tech giant and mobile phone maker, Nokia's rumored Android smart phone is in the top news once again. And this time, its user interface photos leaked.

The twitter user named @EVLeaks has recently released some screenshots detailing the customized User Interface of the upcoming Android-powered phone online. And earlier, it had released some press renders of the anticipated model, while some other sources had leaked some live photos of the phone online.

The screen panel in the left of the image, which was leaked, shows the home screen of the customized phone, which is codenamed as Normandy. The design is reminiscent of the Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 Live Tile layout, and it also features the resizable tile-shaped home screen shortcuts to some of the apps; on the home screen itself, there are some apps in three different sizes.

While all of the apps shown in the screenshot are available on the Windows Phone 8 (Nokia's mostly preferred mobile OS), the BBM icon in the leaked photo confirms that the image is of an Android OS powered model.

Earlier, some of the images showed the Nokia Normandy device covered in a jacket case and then without any body cover were leaked online again. It is said that the Nokia Inc. is using a heavily customized version of the Android 4.4, with no access to the Google Play store and some of the related services.

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