HMD Global Reportedly Working on Six Different Smartphone Models


Following reports of its upcoming debut smartphone, it seems that HMD Global is preparing to launch at least six devices under the HMD brand, all of which will forego the Nokia branding. The information comes by way of tech informant Evan Blass, who shared a post on his social media page regarding the upcoming devices.

With that being said, the six devices are currently referred to by codenames consisting of “Pulse,”Legend,”Pulse+,”Legend Plus,”Pulse Pro,” and “Legend Pro.” Not much else was mentioned about the devices, so details such as hardware specs, design, pricing and availability are still a mystery at the moment.

A while back, we got word that HMD Global has moved forward with its plans to establish its own line of Android phones, which will be separate from Nokia’s own device range. There was even a leaked diagram that pointed to the existence of the “M-Kopa X1,” which is speculated to be a rebranded variant of the Nokia C32.

More recently, an HMD-branded handset was spotted by the folks over at 91Mobiles, with the model number N159V and a design that strongly indicates that it might be an entry-level segment device.

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