After six decades, Nokia redesigned its logo. That change was announced last month at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), and the company now has more information to share. Nokia has just announced the ‘Pure UI’ user interface for its devices.
Even though many of you are aware, Nokia has been using stock Android for quite some time. That is about to change, as the company seeks to differentiate itself. The good news is that Pure UI appears to be very clean and minimal.
The Nokia Pure typeface is a big part of this design, and you’ll see it all over the place. Nokia also released new icons that are based on strokes. Their thickness varies from device to device.