Leaked pics show Nokia Normandy Android phone as a dual-SIM device
Earlier today, we saw some pictures that seemed to be the fabled Android-powered Nokia Normandy (aka the Nokia A110) going through the hoops of the AnTuTu benchmarking suite. Now, prolific leaker Evleaks has released a few more pictures of the Normandy. The last set of pictures just looked like any other Nokia Lumia device, but these actually show screenshots of what Nokia's skinned Android might look like.
The most interesting bit of information from the leaked images is that the Normandy appears to be a dual-SIM device, although the odd thing there is that the SIM card status icons are on the left, not the right. This would seem to imply that Nokia's version of Android may be using a different notification method than the dropdown tray you'd see on any other Android device. There are rich notifications shown on the Normandy lockscreen, but it's unclear where notifications would appear when you're in the system, if the SIM icons are taking up the normal space. There also appears to be a back button on the bottom bezel, but other navigation options are unknown.
Given the specs implied by the benchmarks - 854x480 display (supposedly 4-inches), 5MP camera, and a Snapdragon SoC - combined with the dual-SIM capability, it seems like this device would be aiming at emerging markets. That is assuming the device is going to be released, which is a questionable proposition since Microsoft is taking over Nokia soon enough.