@EVLeaks is once again spilling the beans on unreleased mobile gadgets

In early December, we brought you news of Normandy, which is an Android smartphone developed by Nokia before Microsoft made is known that it would acquire Nokia’s Devices and Services Division. At the time, all we had was a leaked image of the phone (screen off) from serial leaker @EVLeaks.
Now, @EVLeaks has done it again with some actual shots of Normandy’s UI. There’s quite a bit of Asha going on in the shots of the phone, but the phone is actually running a forked version of Android.

In fact, according to NPU, Normandy’s forked build is actually running KitKat 4.4.1, features a Snapdragon processor, 854x480 screen, a 5MP camera, and dual SIM card slots. The screen resolution alone should tell you that this is an entry-level device.
Whether this phone actually makes it to production is a mystery. Conventional wisdom says that Microsoft would want nothing to do with an Android fork, but we’ve seen stranger things happen in the tech world. 

Sources: @EVLeaks, NPU

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