CES or the International Consumer Electronics Show is the premium event of the technology sector. It will take place between January 9 and 12, 2024 at the usual location, the Las Vegas Convention Center, where HMD Global, or HMD America, will now also be present. This year, the Finnish company that operates Nokia-branded devices rented a booth in Murano 3201A, which is the location of the meeting. Last year, HMD struck a similar deal and unveiled several US-based devices.
Nokia plans to launch 17 phones in 202409. 02. 2024 Friday / By: Robert Denes / Leakage / Exact time: BST / Print this page
H owever, Nokia continues to launch smartphones and is expected to announce more than 17 models this year. It is worth noting that Nokia and HMD have an official agreement until 2026. The recent rise of HMD has given rise to the perception that the Nokia brand is dead. However, Nokia continues to launch smartphones and is expected to announce more than 17 models this year. As you can see in the picture, there will be additional Barbie models in the 17 devices, naturally in a pink color shade.
Seeing that HMD was launching new products under its own name, everyone thought that the Nokia brand would never be seen again. Now we come to you with different news. Nokia is preparing to officially launch the 17 new model in 2024.
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The renaming of the Nokia Mobile branches to HMD signaled the end of Nokia. But the bottom line is that the HMD Global team wants to focus on the HMD brand instead of Nokia and become the new star of the smartphone market. The IMEI database does not contain the specifications of the devices, the existence of the 17 new models has been officially confirmed.
The new Nokia devices are currently undergoing testing and we have no information on when they will be unveiled. Maybe some models will be presented at MWC. We can't say anything for sure about the release dates. Although it is not known what features Nokia's new products will have, it has confirmed that the Nokia brand is not completely dead.Via Link