Following the unveiling of the Nokia 6, the device has been selling like hot cakes in China but a fresh wave of rumours are claiming that the company might soon be looking to take things to the next level with the Nokia brand.
According to the news, the hallmark for Nokia’s iconic N-series has been reportedly cited at China’s patent office, hinting its arrival might be soon.
Furthermore, the company was also tipped to have launched the successor to its popular Nokia 3310 handset, but no further details are being given as of now.
The trademark for the N-series which was filed by the Finland-based company is expected to boost the company’s overall performance with handset manufacturing this year. Nevertheless, the company has also been tipped to launch a successor to its Nokia 3310 phone, in the event that the trademark for the N-series isn’t enough.
Sometime back in 2011, Nokia launched the last N-series handset namely the Nokia N9. Nevertheless, the company also did launch its last N-series device in the form of Nokia N1 tablet sometime in 2015.
Many can agree that it is quite interesting to see the company working on launching a new Nokia devices in the N-series.
Even so, many are doubtful of the fact that the company might never be able to live up to the standards set by their predecessors. Interestingly enough, the N-series devices produced some of Nokia’s most successful handsets to date and might still help the brand make a strong comeback to the smartphone market.
In addition, HMD Global was also recently tipped to launch its Android-based Nokia P1 handset at the MWC 2017 event later this month.
The mobile device is expected to be sold at $800 and $950 for the 128GB and 256 variant respectively.