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A Closer Look at the First HMD Phone


In the last few weeks, there have been several rumors and reports regarding HMD Global’s first smartphone. It appears like the company will soon announce the new device. Just recently, the name of NokiaMobile was changed to HMD. Furthermore, the official website of HMD showcases a new image of its first upcoming smartphone. Notably, this image is quite similar to the one that leaked previously.

According to the details, the phone is painted pink. It features a black-colored rectangular camera island on the back. It has a box-shaped design. Furthermore, the side frame seems to merge into the back panel without any interruptions. The company’s upcoming smartphone design instantly pulls us straight to the Nokia Lumia era. There is a blue color option for the first HMD phone, but not much is revealed by that.

The company declares that it will soon launch new phones with its branding. The agenda of the company is to introduce phones that stick around. It indicates that the smartphones will be affordable, durable, and secure. Currently, there are no details about the launch of HMD phones. Some rumors suggest that the company might debut the first smartphones at the MWC 2024 event in Barcelona, Spain, which is scheduled from February 26 to February 28. In the past, a promotional image of the HMD phone was unveiled.

According to the image, the device features a 108MP main camera with OIS support. On the front, it accompanies a center-aligned punch-hole display. According to tipster Evan Blass, HMD has six phones in the works. They are codenamed Pulse, Legend, Pulse+, Legend Plus, Pulse Pro, and Legend Pro.

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