This is the mobile phone that marked the death of Nokia

HMD's first fully dedicated phone has been spotted in an official image. This phone is supposed to end the age of Nokia.

Hesaneh Haddadi
By Hesaneh Haddadi
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HMD’s first fully dedicated phone has been spotted in an official image. This phone is supposed to end the age of Nokia.

With increasing rumors about the first HMD phone, it seems that its introduction is very close. After renaming NokiaMobile’s X account to HMD, the company posted an image of its first fully-dedicated phone on its official website.

In the image released by HMD

, the company’s phone has a rectangular camera island with black color. The design of the phone looks like a box and the side frame blends seamlessly with the back panel. The pink color of the device stands out.

HMD's first phone in the pink color of a young man on a platform shaped like the first HMD phone

HMD has announced that it will soon release exclusive phones. The company’s goal is to make phones that can be used for a long time; That means durable, fun, fast, safe and affordable phones.

The release date and price of HMD’s future phone are not known, but some speculate that it will be released at the Mobile Congress in Barcelona on February 26 (March 7).

HMD’s first phone is likely to feature a 108-megapixel camera, optical image stabilization, and a punch-hole display.

According to the leaked information, HMD is working on 6 phones codenamed Pulse Plus, Legend, Pulse, Legend Plus, Pulse Pro, and Legend Pro.

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