HMD is gearing up to launch a new phone soon. The Finnish mobile phone maker has already shared a teaser to offer hints at the arrival of a new phone in May, without confirming the name. HMD Global is believed to be launching a refreshed model of the Nokia 3210. The brand, which is best known for its Nokia-branded phones, announced late last year that it would launch its own branded phones in 2024 after exclusively offers Nokia phones. For the past seven years, HMD Global has only sold phones under the Nokia brand.

On Monday, March 18, HMD on X announced that a new flagship phone will be unveiled in May. The brand also shared a pixelated image of a yellow-hued Nokia feature phone with the caption “An icon returns this May.” The post redirects to a landing page on the company website with the same message. Interested customers can enter their email addresses on the website to get the latest updates on the launch.

Since the X post was published on March 18, the 25th birthday of the Nokia 3210, it is believed that this model will return. HMD global also mentioned the phone’s birthday.

Meanwhile, HMD is looking to launch its own branded smartphones later this year in July. The company launched new phones in February last week, shortly after confirming its rebranding efforts during MWC 2024. It has been confirmed that it is pursuing a multi-brand strategy by making original HMD devices and continuing to sell Nokia phones.

It is also preparing to launch a Barbie-branded flip phone this summer in partnership with toymaker Mattel.

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