HMD Global plans to release Nokia flagship smartphone before November 11

After the release of Nokia 9 PureView in 2019, HMD Global stopped producing flagship smartphones, but it looks like the manufacturer will soon return to this segment of devices.

The information was reported by the representative of HMD Global Zhang Yucheng on the social network Weibo. According to him, the new top-end device of the brand will debut before November 11. For those who are not in the know, on November 11, China celebrates Bachelor’s Day.

Unfortunately, there are no details about the new product yet. It is also unknown whether this will be the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView or whether we are talking about the new line of Nokia X60 devices. Recall, according to rumors, the X60 series will receive two models: regular and Pro. The devices are credited with displays with rounded edges and energy-intensive 6000 mAh batteries.

By the way, there were rumors that the Nokia X60 smartphones out of the box will run on the HarmonyOS operating system, but Huawei has denied this.

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