On February 12, HMD Global announced that it would abandon the “Nokia” brand and launch its own brand models.
Now, 91mobiles has found nine new HMD phones in its IMEI database and two of them on Geekbench, hinting at a global launch soon.
The data shows that the two phones, code-named HMD Global Legend and HMD Global LegendPro, are equipped with 4GB and 8GB memory respectively, pre-installed Android 14 system, equipped with eight-core 1.61GHz chip, Integrated Mali-G57 GPU, most likely Unigroup Unisoc T606 chip.
91mobiles says this smartphone (or one of the first ones) may come with a 108MP main camera (with OIS). We can’t confirm any more specs for this model yet, but @Evan Blass revealed that HMD’s upcoming phones include the Pulse, Legend, Pulse+, Legend Plus, Pulse Pro, and Legend Pro. At present, nine new HMD machines have obtained IMEI certification, and the IT House will bring you more relevant reports in the future.