Ever since HMD Global and Nokia’s partnership broke out, a lot has been reported about the Android phones that both the companies are working on and have already launched in China. Nokia’s decade ago success in India had been a major wheeler for the Finnish brand’s much-awaited re-launch in the country.
As per many sources, Nokia is all set to launch one or more (may be Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and Nokia 3310) Android phones at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2017 event in Barcelona on Sunday. Many also believe that HMD Global might also share some information about the high-end Nokia 8 and Nokia 9 at the event.
With the imminent launch of Nokia Android phones, many are wondering about the markets where HMD would first debut the phones. As per a report by NokiaPowerUser, HMD has already listed support for languages on Nokia’s official website. Going by the listing, the company is expected to launch these devices in India, Taiwan, Russia, Spain, France, Germany, UK, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Poland, South Africa, Finland, Vietnam, and Ukraine.
Besides, many retailers in UK and Germany have also confirmed the existence of the Nokia smartphones in their region. It is worth noting, that HMD created these web pages recently, which looks like a pre-rehearsal for officially launching the phone in those regions after unveiling them at the MWC 2017 event.
The official website does not reveal anything else other than language support, but we can certainly take that some sort of hints that HMD might deliberately be dropping to create a stir in the market.
In another new, Nokia recently confirmed on its official Facebook page that it will be live-streaming the MWC launch event on Sunday at 9 pm IST. Interested viewers can watch it on Nokia’s official YouTube channel.
Well, Nokia’s return to India is obviously the most talked about topic among technology enthusiasts and we also can’t wait to get these phones and review them to see if they live up to the brand quality that Nokia once carried. Stay tuned with us for more information. Also, share your thoughts on Nokia in the comment section below.