We are not sure if HMD Global is planning to launch the much rumoured Nokia 10, a flagship device that is likely to compete against the likes of the Galaxy S9, or a remake of the ill-fated, low-priced Nokia X from 2014.
As per a report by Chinese blog ITHome, HMD's upcoming smartphone will be launched on April 27 in China.
The Nokia X has seemingly been officially teased. The ads show two phones crossed to make an X, but not much else can be derived from it as of now. The report also indicated that HMD Global may bring back the original Nokia X with some revamped features that were launched in 2014.
HMD Global which now owns the license to manufacture and sell Nokia phones is likely to unveil a new device in the coming days.
Rumor has it that the Nokia X will have variants with 4 GB and 6 GB of RAM, and either Qualcomm Snapdragon, or MediaTek processors. Right now that company has not announced whether Nokia X will be launched globally or just in Asia. All the new Nokia phones will be showcased there on April 27. It's not entirely clear from the ads, but the Nokia X could sport a 2.5D display and a metal body design.