A Nokia Normandy concept we can get behind
If all of the recent rumors prove to be true, we should soon see a Nokia smartphone running Android under the hood. Expected to debut at Mobile World Congress, the so-called Normandy will be our first Android device from the Finnish hardware maker.
We’ve seen a few leaks over the last couple of weeks as to what we might get out of the experience, yes, but we’re always a fan of possible scenarios. From time to time we’ll share a conceptual video of a device that we think would make for an awesome software interface.
Take a look at the following embedded clip to see what the guys at Tech Radar dreamed up for the Nokia handset.
Is this the sort of smartphone you’d be willing to purchase? What features intrigue you the most? Which would you change?
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