Nokia's first Android smartphone Normandy continues to make headlines as more and more pictures of the handset leak online. The latest pictures which have been leaked to the internet suggest that the Android smartphone is likely to hit the market in multiple colours and would come with an affordable price-tag.

The latest tidbit of information from a Twitter user named @picturepan2 who said, "Another engineering prototype of Nokia Normandy."The tweet showed an alleged engineering prototype of Nokia Normandy smartphone which runs on Android operating system. The handset featured in the picture also shows different icons for the apps such as dialer, contacts, messages, clock, camera, gallery and music.

Serial tipster @evleaks also showed off an image of the purported smartphone in multiple colours. Like previous leaks, the latest one also didn't give any concrete details about the availability of Nokia's first Android smartphone. However, the numerous leaks and rumours of Normandy have already given a detailed picture of the smartphone.

The Normady smartphone is expected to debut at Mobile World Congress (MWC ) 2014 in Barcelona, which is scheduled to begin in February. Last week, Chinese microblogging website Weibo revealed the specifications of a mysterious smartphone codenamed Nokia RM-980 A110, believed to be the Normandy, from the benchmark website Antutu. According to the report, Nokia RM-980 A110 (aka Normandy) will come with a 4-inch FWVGA display having 480x854 resolution and run on Android 4.4.1 KitKat OS. The smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and host a 5-megapixel rear camera.