It follows the Lumia design language and features a single button like an Asha device but apparently, the Nokia device shown above – codenamed “Normandy” – is running on Android. Not only that, the device might be heading to market in 2014. Yup, the biggest Windows Phone advocate in the market are actively crafting an Android device for consumers according to The Verge.
The Verge’s vast insider sources also stated that the Nokia Normandy is designed to for low-end segment of the market just like the existing Asha series. Normandy apparently will be using a highly customized version of Android, similar to what Amazon have done for their Kindle devices. It will also support popular Android apps such as Skype and many more.
Nokia Normandy is scheduled to hit the market in 2014 according to Nokia’s staff that are working on it but since Microsoft acquisition of Nokia’s devices division have been green lit by almost everyone, it is hard to say if the device will see the light of the day or else. Nevertheless, we are pretty sure that many consumers out there are very curious and are eager to see Nokia’s take on Android operating system.