By Anton D. Nagy | January 15, 2014 3:05 AM
We’re seeing more Nokia Normandy pictures pop up on the internet, after just recently being able to take a quick peek at the phone while allegedly being powered on. The Android (sort-of) powered upcoming Nokia device has shown its colors off in a leaked press render yesterday, and, we’re now seeing a picture of a phone claimed to be exactly the Normandy, again, in real life.
We’re seeing a Lumia-like design, but that’s not at all surprising, since some Asha devices also inherited the looks of some Windows Phones made by the Finns. The color appears to be a matte red one and the back shows off the camera, something which could be a small LED flash (contrary to previously leaked renders), a large Nokia branding, and some other inscription below the camera (which could be just the camera specs, generic prototype device insignia, etc.).
A little over a month ago, the idea of the Normandy running a forked version of Android first surfaced, and ever since, appears to have been adopted as a possibility.
Update: as some of you pointed out in the comments below, we’re apparently looking at a red Lumia 720 with the Normandy barely showing off its below-the-screen button in the background.