At this point it’s no secret that Nokia are working on a side-project called Project N, or Normandy; which is an entry level smartphone running forked Android. Courtesy of @evleaks we know have a glimpse of the actual UI, as well as what apps look like on the phone; as we can see both popular messaging apps Skype and Viber are available on it. We can also see the lockscreen with notifications on it, which bears a striking resemblance to the UI of Nokia’s ill fated Meego device, the N9.
Android on Nokia ( -virtual buttons) pic.twitter.com/lZPmP4G84t
— @evleaks (@evleaks) January 8, 2014
The interesting part about Normandy’s UI is the fact that it doesn’t have any on-screen buttons, and appears to somehow completely rely on the single capacitive button on the bottom of the device for navigation.