Nokia's Normandy is supposedly the Finnish company's entry into the present day Android market, and according to someone close to the project, is "full steam ahead" with a release planned for 2014. If the device does not surface before the impending Microsoft buyout takes place, it is most likely that we will never see the device available for purchase.
Even though Nokia has been in bed with Microsoft for a considerable length of time, rumors, speculation, and leaks have trickled through the cracks and spread across the web like wildfire. The idea of marrying Android with Nokia's hardware is certainly compelling. The Verge reports that the device will be part of Nokia's Asha line of low-end devices and will be running a forked version of Android akin to what we see on Amazon's Kindle Fire lineup.
Are you interested in an Android-powered Nokia device?