New leaks offer a few more peeks at "Normandy," Nokia’s Android phone

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When Microsoft announced its intention to purchase Nokia’s mobile handset division, it came away with two brands: Lumia and Asha. The Lumia line has been home to Nokia’s Windows Phone efforts. The Asha line, on the other hand, is based on Nokia’s Series 40 (S40) platform, which was first introduced in 1999. Nokia’s mysterious Android efforts have made the rounds more than a few times since the fall.

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