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Images of the curious interface of the Nokia Normandy are filtered

The first thing that stands out about this is that, curiously, the resemblance to Windows Phone, the operating system developed by Microsoft for mobile devices, is really high. An example of this is that the icons have a very defined square signature and the dimensions they have are quite large … that is, they are almost a copy of the so-called Tiles of the aforementioned work by Redmond.

There is even a section for images in which everything seems to indicate that those stored in the Nokia Normandy are happening in it, which again is something characteristic of Windows Phone. Of course, you can also see small rounded icons that are differentials of this interface Android and that, these yes, remind of the work of Google. Therefore, it seems that there is a merger, but with clear nods to Microsoft’s development, which is a hallmark of Nokia’s Lumia.

The truth is that getting this design with a Android based ROM, it is not something that is especially complicated, and already in [sitename] we have left some example of the work of independent developers who have achieved something similar. Therefore, it is not ruled out that this work is real … although it will be necessary to see if it finally sees the light. By the way, everything seems to indicate that the Nokia Normandy would arrive with Dual sim, something that is increasingly common in mid-range and entry models.

Obviously there is no confirmation that these screens that have been filtered are finally the ones that hit the market with the Nokia Normandy, but the information is at least curious and worth knowing. The truth is that a lot is being said about the arrival of this model, which could be the one to replace the entry-level models Asha, but with the information available so far it does seem clear that Android would be present (if Microsoft’s purchase of Nokia this does not change, of course).

Source: @evleaks