Even after Nokia’s board has given the green flag of selling its handset unit to Microsoft, rumors about Nokia’s Android phone refuse to die.
Normandy, Nokia’s budget Android smartphone that was under development has once again made the news and this time with leaked pictures and specification.
Courtesy the database of benchmark site Antutu, the alleged specifications of the Nokia Normandy have been posted on Chinese microblogging website Weibo.
The handset has been codenamed A110, carrier a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels and runs the Android 4.4.1 KitKat OS.
There are rumors that the phone will sport a 4 inches display and there will be another variant of the phone which is codenamed RM-980.
One of the most reliable tipster, @evleaks, which has been behind several accurate leaks in the past, has posted three allegedly leaked photos of the smartphone with detailed information about the user interface.
The photos indicate that the phone will be similar in design and looks to the Lumia series and the revamped Asha range of handsets. The pictures show two signal bar which means it will be a dual-SIM phone.
The pictures also depict the phone featuring a single hardware button below the screen, similar to the Asha handsets, unlike the usual three-key layout of the standard Android smartphones.
It is also rumored that the Nokia Normandy will feature a highly customized Android and the according to the screenshots, notifications like messages, missed calls and reminders will be displayed on the lock screen.
Earlier reports state that the phone is under heavy development and will be positioned alongside the low-cost Lumia and Asha phones. There’s no definite confirmation regarding the release date of this Nokia Android phone.