Last week the first reported pics of Nokia’s Android software appeared and on Monday, additional images surfaced, showing a little more of the interface. The Verge spotted this picture on Twitter which, just like last week’s images, clearly show two signal strength indicators; one for each SIM card. That suggests the markets for such phones: The same ones today served by Nokia’s Asha line.
The overall look of both the phone and the software in this picture match up with prior images from noted tipster @evleaks. This newest image is reportedly from an engineering prototype of the Normandy, which is the alleged codename for the handset. It simply doesn’t make sense for Nokia to enter the traditional Android handset market with Normandy.
Instead, using Android to strengthen the company’s Asha phone line-up…
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