It looks like we have a solid release window for Nokia’s new line of phones as Tomislav Himbele, HMD Global’s Head of Marketing for Easter Europe, has revealed that company’s new devices will launch in the region sometime in Q2 2017.
Speaking to Croatian tech magazine Bug, Himbele mentioned that the Nokia’s new devices, which were initially revealed at MWC 2017, will begin hitting European markets sometime in May or June. This will include the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and the revamped Nokia 3310.
While the release window revealed by Himbele only specifically speaks for the European region, we could still see the new devices from Nokia release in other regions around the same time or soon after.
Himbele also pronounced that HMD Global has pretty ambitious goals for the future as he revealed that the company is looking to become one of the top three smartphone brands within the next three years, beating out the likes of Apple, Samsung, and Huawei.
We’ll have to see how well the HMD Global’s new wave of Nokia-branded devices fare when they release in a few months to determine if the company has a chance of achieving its ambitious goals for the future.