Nokia's first 5G phone likely to launch on March 19
HMD Global announced the launch of an event March 19 in which Nokia phones will be introduced.
HMD Global Vice President Johu Servikas said this in a tweet.
Nokia was supposed to be releasing new phones at the scheduled Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month, but that event was cancelled due to the Coronavirus.
Now the event is being held by the company on March 19, and the teaser shared in the tweet indicates that it is planning to introduce the James Bond edition, but it is difficult to say for sure.
But it is believed that the company will be offered the first 5G phone which will be Nokia 8.2.
The midrange phone can be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 5G processor and a 32-megapixel pop-up selfie camera.
Nokia 5.2 is likely to be introduced with this phone, which will be similar in design to Nokia 6.2, while Snapdragon 632 processor, 6GB RAM, 64GB storage and 4 back camera can be given.
In addition, the Nokia 1.3 entry-level phone can also be part of the event, while a classic phone from the past can be revived.