Nokia Normandy and Mystery Handset Leaked Online: Hints at New Asha Line Up

By Vivek

Finnish giant Nokia has been playing with its Asha line up and the Lumia devises quite well in the global market. However, the popularity of the Asha 501 must have inspired the company more it seems as the fresh images of the new Asha devices have allegedly surfaced online.

Nokia Normandy and Mystery Handset Leaked Online


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The two images of the two completely different devices comes from the popular and most reliable Twitter user @evleaks. However, the user has just posted the images of the device and so far there is no details pertaining to the specs and price of the device as of now. Not even the availability of the devices have been hinted in any ways.

Nokia Normandy and Mystery Handset Leaked Online

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The first one comes with Nokia's sharp red case comes with the codename Nokia Normandy. The device looks very much like the Lumia handset but the back button placed below the screen of the handset resembles the Asha 501. Thus it is pretty sure that it falls in the line of Asha series.

Talking about the other one, it is an oddly sized handset (as you can see in the image), somewhat like the LG Optimus VU. This one is also most probably part of the Nokia Asha line up. Sadly there is no details on the specs, price and availability of the device as well.


GizBot will keep you updated on the matter as soon as we get hold of the remaining details of these handsets. Stay tuned!


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