The appearance of HMD Nokia phones may change, they may leave the stock The phones will be able to run the Android system instead of Nokia’s proprietary Pure UI system interface. According to Nokia, the user interface is future-proof, clean, minimalist, consistent and flexible between devices with different screen sizes. The dominant colors are blue and white, there is a unique font, new icons and animations. Nokia claims that Pure UI will adapt well to different resolutions, for example, the thickness of the lines that make up the icons will automatically change according to the number of pixels.
Of course, there will also be a dark mode. Nokia would also make Pure UI available in web applications and smart watches, but it has not yet been announced when the new interface shown in the images will be available. According to the website, it will be made for B2B and digital Enterprise devices first.
This is what Nokia Pure UI could look like [+]