Nokia is likely to bring back one of its most popular mobile phones.
HMD Global, the Nokia licensed sales company, has introduced several older phones and is now releasing the Nokia 5130, a popular music feature phone among people.
This cannot be said with absolute certainty, but the name of a Model T1212 has appeared in the Telecommunications Equipment Certification Center (TENAA).
It has a more red colour and immediately the Nokia 5130 comes to mind but this new device doesn't have music control buttons on the side.
This phone appears to be a basic feature phone that will not have a KIOS operating system.
Here's what the new phone will be - photo courtesy of GSM Arena
The phone can have 0.36 GHz single-core processor, 8 MB RAM and 16 MB storage while it can be expanded up to 32 GB with microSD slot so that it can be used as an MP3 player.
It will have a 2.4-inch screen and a 1,200mAh battery, but this phone weighs only 88 grams.
The phone will have a single camera on the back that can take 0.3-megapixel photos while also LED flash.
It is not known how long this phone will be launched, but several Nokia live events have been planned by HMD Global after the cancellation of the Mobile World Congress, which could be introduced.