HMD Global to launch Nokia 2, Nokia 7 & Nokia 8 Android Phones

HMD Global to make Nokia 8
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Here's Nokia, again going to hit the market with its new models as per the sources. Pekka Rantala, the Marketing Director of HMD Global talking to a Finnish publication said that there were plans to unveil several smartphones with different models. Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 are available in various markets but now the company seems to be working on Nokia 2, Nokia 7 and Nokia 8 models already and are in the planning to launch them very soon.

However, in the said series there might not be 'Nokia 4' because the number 4 is not bound to be heard. Chinese or Asian countries' believe that number '4' seems to be a bad omen. It's weird but has been reported so.

The company is not planning to release any Android Tablets. The last unveiled tablet from Nokia was Nokia N1 tablet, launched in the year 2014. It was reported as per the sources in the first half of June that Foxconn whose Cayman Islands-based subsidiary FIH Mobile shares the rights to make Nokia-branded devices with HMD Global.

Indian market is regarded to be one of the best targets for the mobile sector. The Nokia 9 flagship is rumored to be out very soon, however, no strong confirmation has been yet revealed by the company.

The Nokia 9 has a 5.3-inch QHD display and is powered by a Snapdragon 835 chipset. It is also reported to be having 6 GB and 8 GB RAM variants, along with a pair of 13 MP rear cameras. However, the General Manager of HMD when asked did not comment on this.

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Nonetheless, the other models of Nokia such as Nokia 7 and Nokia 8 smartphones are expected to be reaching the market very soon and we hope it is going to create the similar demand and excitement among the crowd. The market for Nokia has been always on the race that has to lead to beat other competitors. Hence, the introduction of the new models would be an added advantage to the company as whole to establish their stay for a longer amount of period in the mobile market.