Windows Phone UI to live on in Nokia’s Android Smartphone

Once again the famous gadget leaker Evleaks as tweeted Images of Nokia’s Android phone, codenamed Normandy, that we earlier published with a new UI. In the pictures we see what appears to a Lumia like phone. On the software side of things, the UI appears to be very similar to Windows Phone.

From the leaks you can see tiles for apps like BBM, Vine, Viber, Skype, Twitter and Facebook. There is also an Android notification, which is in some form of app center that displays missed calls, notifications, and recent apps / activity. From what we can see from the status bar, the phone could be a dual SIM version something we love to see here in Uganda. Nokia continues it’s multi-color range of phones.

It’s still unknown whether Nokia will go and release this phone since they are soon to be under Mircosoft’s hands.  The phone is further rumored to have the following specs.

  • 4-inch display,
  • Qualcomm S4 processor,
  • 3-megapixel camera,
  • 4GB of storage with micro SD card expansion
  • 512MB of RAM
  • FM Radio Support
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And the specs above scream low end, with a forked version of Android, also expect a slew of Nokia services like Here maps, onto the device.