Evidence that Nokia is working on an Android phone is mounting. First, we got a glimpse of the hardware, codenamed Normandy, and today we’re getting a first look at the software and operating system that will run on this rumored device.
The first images of the company’s Android user interface were leaked by frequent Twitter tipster @evleaks. The images show a series of three design mockups of a what appears to be heavily-modified version Android on a Nokia device, but it’s not clear that this operating system is in fact Android.
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