HMD is bringing back the Nokia N-series

A trademark for 'NSERIES' appeared in China's Patent Office, filed by the Finnish company.

Published Mon, Feb 13 2017 10:37 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:56 AM CST

The Nokia 6 proved to be a huge hit in China with devices selling out in record times.

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But HMD has even bigger plans for Nokia's comeback. According to the new leak, the company plans to bring back the Nokia N-series. This is the same series that spawned the N95, N900, and N8 all of which were wildly successful devices globally and set the standard for smartphones today.

Read also: Gone in 60 seconds: Nokia 6 sells out in 2nd flash sale

A trademark for "NSERIES" appeared in China's Patent Office, filed by the Finnish company.

The same source claims that the device will have a 6th generation Snapdragon processor and that the company plans to produce 500,000 units of this device.

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Another leak shows an invite for the launch event that will apparently occur before MWC, on February 22nd. The leak shows a box with the Nokia N81, so, unfortunately, no images of the new device.

Read also: Nokia hints at Snapdragon 835 powered smartphone

This is just the beginning of Nokia's comeback. We are also expecting Nokia's flagship device this year, rumored to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.


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