HMD Global has been doing its best to keep the Nokia name in the spotlight. While its handsets have yet to be made available to all parts of the world, it does continue to create global intrigue with its retro line that often borrows from the heritage of the firm. According to a new teaser announced on Weibo, Nokia could be readying a revival of its N-series.
Through its Weibo account, Nokia posted:
"On April 27th, 2005, the Nokia N series unveiled, and possessing a hand is enough to bring aura in its hands. On this day after 13 years, in Sanlitun, guess what will happen to Xiaonuo? From April 27 to May 2, in Sanlitun, wait for you to see the "box." Come, come, come"
The message above was originally in Chinese but was translated into English using Google Translate. While it isn't all that clear, it looks to be a commemorative post paying homage to the N-series from Nokia's past. The image is that of an N8, a flagship Symbian handset produced by the firm.
The post also looks to be an invitation of sorts, with the dates April 27 through May 2 being mentioned. While it could be anything, there could be the possibility of a new phone being unveiled, some of which think could be the Nokia X. Luckily, we won't have to wait long to find out.