Nseries is coming back, Nokia files trademark in China

Some images of a document filed by Nokia have surfaced, which indicate company’s plan to revive its much-loved N Series line-up. Nokia has filed the “Nseries” trademark with the Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC). The trademark documents were first spotted on SAIC’s website on Wednesday.

HMD Global, the new parent behind Nokia’s comeback made the filing itself. All of us know the might Nokia had in the global markets in early 2000s. Nseries was one of the most loved mobile phone series from the company that debuted in 2005. The first smartphones in the series were N70, N90 and N91. Later, Nokia came up with some revolutionary handsets like N72, N95, N82 and more like these.

Nseries phones ruled the market for a long period until the Microsoft Lumia series came into the picture. While the original Nseries phones had devices running on Symbian operating systems, we can expect the new Nseries phones to come with Android. Known for their modern design, amazing cameras and multimedia capabilities, the Nseries phones ruled the market for a very long time. We expect the new Nseries to come with high-end specs and dominating features to match up to the expectations.

One thing worth noting is that HMD Global has filed the Nseries trademark in China, which indirectly means that the lineup will be China first. It is also possible that the company makes this series exclusive to China much like the recently launched Nokia 6 .

HMD Global has not shown much interest in markets other than China till now, but we can expect it to expand once the company sets its feet in China. It is evident that Nseries is not coming any time soon, but Nokia is surely going to launch a series of smartphones in MWC this year.


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