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HMD Global to bring back Nokia 2010

02 April 2018 2

HMD Global which revived the Nokia brand is planning to launch Nokia 2010 with modern features. The company has exclusive rights to develop and market mobile phones under the “Nokia” brand name and has helped it get back into the smartphone world.

The company has launched a number of Nokia old feature phones with new features which has helped it gain market share. HMD Global launched the iconic Nokia 3310 and the Nokia 8810 4G. Now reports suggest that HMD Global is working on a modern version of the Nokia 2010.

The Nokia 2010 will be launched next year to commemorate its 25th year of existence, according to reports. It will reportedly feature a slightly updated design, 4G LTE connectivity, a colour screen, and will be available in the same markets as the company’s banana phone.

The phone will run the same OS as the rest of the Classics range but may support applications like WhatsApp and Facebook as a part of a new partnership between HMD and Facebook. The revamped Nokia 2010 may be called the Nokia A10 according to reports and will be launched in several colours, including Red, Yellow, and Black.

HMD Global has also sent out press invites for an event slated for April 4. The company may launch the new Nokia 6, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 Sirocco at the event.

We will know more about the upcoming device over the next few months. Are you excited about the revamped Nokia 2010 phone? Which other Nokia classics would you like to see again? Share your thoughts below.



HMD Global to bring back Nokia 2010
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