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HMD Global Teased A New Launch Of This Iconic Nokia Phone

Since the HMD Global powered Nokia made its comeback in 2016, we have seen a lot of phones till now. These phones include both smartphones as well as feature phones. If we talk about the nostalgic Nokia phones, then as of now Nokia has only re-launched one series i.e. 3310, our all time favourite. But sadly the revisited version couldn’t get to the original in terms of sales and popularity. Now seems like we are going to witness another nostalgic series to get revisited.

HMD powered Nokia has teased a new smartphone launch on it’s Weibo handle. Now interestingly in the teaser image, the only attraction present is Nokia N8, the style icon and one of the most camera centric phone. Interestingly when the teaser got released, it’s the 13th anniversary of original N8’s launch. Apart from the Nokia N8, there’s nothing much to see in this image. But the caption suggests a lot more as it clearly says that after 13 years of the launch, something special will happen from 27th April to 2nd May. Here’s what the caption says :

“On April 27th, 2005, the Nokia N series unveiled, and possessing a hand is enough to bring aura. On this day after 13 years, in Sanlitun, guess what will happen to Xiaonuo? From April 27 to May 2, in Sanlitun, wait for you to see the “box.” Come, come, come.”

So this clearly states that they are going to launch the revisited Nokia N8 on 2nd May.

So that’s all the information we have as of now. It would be interesting to see what will be the revisited version of iconic Nokia N8? Feature touchscreen phone or Smartphone? Do share your thoughts in the comment section below. Also, stay tuned with us for more information.

 

Source: Nokia Weibo, Via: GSMArena

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