Nokia is all set to unveil four new handsets at Mobile World Congress later this month, reports VentureBeat.
According to their source, HMD global, the smartphone manufacturer with exclusive rights to market Nokia phones will release four phones at MWC including an incarnated Nokia 3310.
The company unveiled Nokia 6 at CES 2017, an Android smartphone with 5.5-inch HD display, 4G connectivity options, 16MP primary camera, 8MP camera front camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. The smartphone was only launched in China and not anywhere else.
Apart from its new android phone, the company will present Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 which are both said to feature Android 7.0 Nougat. The former is rumored to have 5.2 inches screen, 2GB of RAM with Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and would cost around $210. The latter on the other hand would be an entry level Android phone with the price tag of approximately $160.
The company will also release the revived version of its indestructible 3310, priced at around $62. Last December, Nokia 150 feature phone was also rumored to launch in Pakistan.
The Finnish multinational company sold its mobile phone business to Microsoft in a deal totaling $7.17 billion. The company last year revealed to make a comeback in the smartphone business as the non-compete clause by Microsoft will end in 2017.
The company has a has a ten-year exclusive contract with HMD, where the manufacturing company will dispense €500 million in marketing activities over the course of first three years.
HMD is reportedly focusing on Europe with new handsets and it is yet to be confirmed how or whether the company will introduce their phones in the rest of the world.