After the photo of Nokia’s rumoured Normandy’s UI surfaced online, 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 tweet said, “Two ways to interact with Normandy.”
The new leaked screenshots of the Normandy’s UI purportedly reveals the home screen and the notifications page. The homescreen screenshot is consistent with what leaked earlier this week.
The right photo shows the app menu, which not only looks like the Windows Phone UI, but also seems to function like a notification menu. The photo shows push-notifications for Facebook, missed calls, Skype, reminders and alarm among others. Another noticeable thing in the photos is the two network bars on top, which indicates that Normandy will feature dual-SIM card slots.
The home screen panel’s leaked screenshot also includes apps for dialer, message, contacts, internet, Twitter, MixRadio, Here Maps, Camera app, Plants Vs. Zombies, Gallery, Vine, Calculator, Calendar, 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. The tiles seem to be customizable and could be spread across multiple homescreens.
In addition, the leaked home screen panel of Normandy also includes BBM app which points that the device is running an Android version. Normandy is expected to be unveiled at next month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and is likely to be priced between $100 and $125.