The codenamed Normandy, Android-powered Nokia smartphone has leaked once again. This time around we get to see a live picture of the KitKat-running handset and a glimpse of Nokia's proprietary launcher.
We already saw the Normandy numerous times in the wild, so we know pretty much everything there is to know about the anticipated droid - we know its specs, how it looks and even an alleged announcement date during the MWC this year.
And now, in case you've wondered what a Nokia-designed Android launcher would look like, you get a chance to see it. It's obviously inspired by the Asha lineup as is the hardware of the prototype and is unlike anything else in the market right now.
If the rumors are true we should be seeing Normandy go official next month in Barcelona. Or sometime later this year, probably after Microsoft's acquisition. Or, you know, never.
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