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Nokia Android phone UI leaked in new images, launch date teased

New images of the Nokia Android UI have leaked online, with some suggesting they contain a launch date clue.

As the leaks become more frequent and revealing, it seems ever more likely that the Nokia “Normandy” Android phone will feature at MWC 2014 in January.

The latest Nokia Android UI snaps have arrived courtesy of long-time reliable tipster @evleaks and reveal a lot of information about the heavily rumoured Android smartphone.

“Two ways to interact with Normandy”, reads the tweet.

On the left hand side is what we believe to be two home screens from the Nokia Android phone. The bright, colourful blocks are very reminiscent of the Windows Phone 8 OS that Nokia is obviously trying to based its Android UI.

We expect that the Nokia Android UI will be very heavy, similar to the one used in devices like the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7.

However, on the right hand side is the Nokia Android notification centre, which is split into calendar alerts and other recent app notifications.

From the looks of it you’ll be able to respond to event invites directly from this notifications screen.

These UI images are very similar, but not exactly alike, the Nokia Android smartphone UI pictures leaked earlier this month.

Some have suggested that the latest screengrabs are actually press renders that Nokia will release when it launches the heavily rumoured Normandy smartphone.

If this is true, the calendar listing for Tuesday 25 may well be a hint to a Tuesday, February 25 launch, which would put it directly in the middle of MWC 2014.

Of course, this may be a little farfetched and an attempt to clutch at straws due to the lack of official information, but we hope there is a speck of truth to the rumours.

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