It seems that Nokia has a new phone in the works and according to the ever reliable @evleaks, its photo has since been revealed and its currently known as the Nokia Normandy, although presumably this is a codename and will have a different name upon its release. What’s interesting is that @evleaks posed the question, “A real Asha. Or Lumia?” According to speculation, this device is supposedly the one that ties the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone handsets together with Nokia’s Asha lineup, which has typically comprised of cheap and relatively low-end devices.
The handset also appears to share a similar design to that of the Nokia Lumia 520 albeit slightly smaller and with its dedicated camera button removed (at least as far as we can tell from the photo). What’s even more telling is how the home button does not sport the Windows Phone logo, as it typically does with Windows Phone devices, suggesting that this could be an Asha handset. In any case the specs of the Nokia Normandy remain unknown for now, but we’ll definitely keep our eyes peeled for more information.
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