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New Nokia Smartphones to Roll Out at MWC 2017

There still is more than a month to go until the end of the year but it’s safe to say that we won’t see any more flagships rolled out. However, next year we will get some new handsets, and some of them will probably be great surprises. Some of the most eagerly awaited smartphones are the ones coming from Nokia. The Finnish company delivered some of the best handsets back in the day. Unfortunately, ever since smartphones took over the market, Nokia  took a step back from the spotlights. Now, according to Phone Arena, the Finnish company plans a spectacular comeback. The company will most likely unveil the upcoming devices at the

The company will most likely unveil the upcoming devices at the Mobile World Congress 2017. This event will take place in Barcelona between February 27 and March 2, 2017. The MWC 2017 is the perfect event to roll out new handsets at. Here we will also see the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge, and probably a great number of other gadgets. Even though Nokia did not make an official statement regarding the unveiling of new devices at the MWC 2017, the fact that HMD Global confirmed its presence at the Congress makes it quite clear that this is going to happen.

HMD Global has the license to launch Nokia handsets for the next ten years. This is why its presence at the MWC 2017 is a clear sign that it something new to showcase, and what else could it be than some new smartphones? Even though it is quite certain that the company will launch at least one smartphone model, it’s still unclear how many new models will see the light of day and when they will actually become available. Given the fact that there still are more than three months to go until the Congress, it’s safe to assume that we will find out more about this matter before the great event. It’s almost certain that details regarding the handsets will be leaked before the unveiling, and we will let you know as soon as this happens.

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At first researching gadgets and technology was just a hobby, but it quickly became a lifestyle and a full-time job.

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