New Nokia Normandy screenshots seem to confirm dual SIM capabilities, "two ways of interaction"

If you haven’t had enough of the rumored Nokia Normandy, here we are presenting you new screenshots allegedly taken from its UI. It is believed that the Normandy runs a modified version of Android – although, seeing all the leaked images that appeared until now, the interface looks more like it belongs to a Windows Phone device. But that may be just the result of Nokia’s experiments with custom UIs.

Until we know anything for sure, the most recent Nokia Normandy screenshots (revealed by @evleaks) seem to further confirm that the handset supports two SIM cards. @evleaks also notes that there are “two ways” to interact with the Normandy. It’s not entirely clear what that means, but it seems that you can significantly change the aspect of its home screen. You can enlarge the image on the left for a closer look.

We assumed not long ago that Nokia may use Android (with obvious modifications) to replace its Asha platform. So this is what the Normandy could be when (and if) it hits shelves: a new, affordable Asha-like handset based on Android.

As we reported back in December, another dual SIM smartphone that Nokia may announce soon is the Lumia 630 (codenamed Moneypenny). This, however, is a Windows Phone device. We’ll bring more details on the Normandy, as well as on the Lumia 630, as soon as we get them!

source: @evleaks
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