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HMD trademarks halo notification indicator incorporated into power button

11 March 2019 2

The smartphone market is quite a competitive space where manufacturers race towards introducing new technology and better-implemented ideas. HMD Global has come up with a beautifully designed notification indicator light giving a halo effect incorporated right within the power button. The feature was very well received in the market and considering that HMD Global filed a patent with the European Intellectual Property office to save guard their design. The design was incorporated in Nokia 210 and has successfully got the patent.


Similarly, the company earlier patented the peta rear camera design that was earlier seen in Nokia 9. The newly patented feature falls under the category of ‘mobile phones (part of)’ category. Now that the company is all set and secure to implement the feature in more of its upcoming products, we could see future Nokia smartphones with such beautifully designed halo notification indicator in power button.

Nokia 4.2 offers a 5.7-inch display with 19:9 aspect ratio, Snapdragon 439 SoC while the Nokia 3.2 runs on Snapdragon 429 and offers an HD+ display with 6.2-inch display size. Did you like the halo notification indicator in the power button? Share your views in the comment section below.

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