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This is what the new leaked HMD base phone looks like

14. 05. 2024 Tuesday / By: Robert Denes / Leakage / Exact time: BST / Print this page

In addition to today's officially announced HMD XR21 and T21 Tablet devices, take a look at this cool device with push-button design that was leaked today, which also already carries the HMD logo on its back and display above the button row.

Recently, the first HMD Pulse smartphones appeared, in addition to which the company named the Nokia XR21 phone as the HMD XR21 phone and the Nokia T21 tablet as the HMD T21 tablet and announced it today.

As for the base phones, HMD has updated the older Nokia 230, Nokia 6310 and Nokia 5310 phones to the new 2024 versions. In addition, the Nokia 235 4G, Nokia 225 4G and Nokia 215 4G were considered new phones, but so was the Nokia 220 4G. The refurbished version of the legendary Nokia 3210 phone was also on display.

In the spring, eight basic phones were released under the Nokia brand, which is more than HMD announced all of last year. Did HMD want to hurry up and quickly get Nokia's flagship phones out of the way to make room for the company's own HMD flagship phones?

While it was generally expected that Nokia would remain in HMD Global's collection for a while, at least in terms of entry-level phones, now another leak gives us a glimpse of what's to come. Because HMD has designed its own brand for basic phones as well. The Hikari Calyx using the X service has been spotted in the images of a previously unknown HMD feature phone, which looks great next to two Nokia feature phones.

The images probably show last year's Nokia 105 and Nokia 110 flagships, and the model with the HMD logo has a decidedly different design. The features are expected to be the same as in Nokia phones. At the back there is a round camera area with camera and LED flash. HMD has not announced a similar phone under the Nokia brand.


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