Leak shows a new Nokia phone returning to Verizon

Leak shows a new Nokia phone returning to Verizon

According to VentureBeat’s Evan Blass, HMD Global is bringing its mid-range Nokia devices back to the US through a partnership with Verizon. The Nokia

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According to VentureBeat’s Evan Blass, HMD Global is bringing its mid-range Nokia devices back to the US through a partnership with Verizon. The Nokia brand has seen a sizable amount of success across Europe under its new owner, and possibly enough to tempt them to dip their toes back into the US mid-range Android market.

Blass put out a tweet early this morning containing a leak of the new HMD-built device, calling it the Nokia 2.1V and making it out to be a carbon copy of last year’s Nokia 2.1, but with support from Verizon Wireless. If that’s the case, it will more than likely have a 5.5-inch display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 425 and an 8MP camera on the back. Although the leaked device doesn’t prove that a swath of Nokia phones will be headed back to the US, it does make it clear that Verizon might be testing out consumer interest in the phones.

This article is from The Verge

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