Images of Nokia's Android phone leak

This was rumoured back in December but in the last 24 hours, an Android phone from Nokia has started to look less fiction and more fact.

More images have leaked, only this time it isn't just a casing, this is a Nokia-powered Android interface. The (usually reliable) source of @evleaks on Twitter offered up the shots, which indicates that Nokia is modifying the interface to look like Windows Phone. Interesting.

The general shot is above, but a close-up shot shows tiles for the likes of Skype, Twitter, Vine, Facebook and BBM. At first glance, you wouldn't think twice about it. You would presume it was a Windows Phone. But this is definitely Android, but a 'forked' version that is bundled with Nokia's services, such as Here maps.

The phone itself is expect to be an affordable option with a specification to match. Indeed, from earlier reports, the handset codenamed Normandy should have a 4-inch display, Qualcomm S4 processor, 3-megapixel camera, 4GB of storage and 512MB RAM.

When will we see it? Well, it looks like the larger leaked press image has a date of Tuesday 25, which just happens to correspond to a date for the MWC event in February. That's a good bet for a launch.

Source: The Verge

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