After bringing back the Nokia 3310 series to the global market, HMD Global apparently intends to revive the Nokia Asha series which has been specially designed as a feature phone. A trademark registration submitted by the Finnish company under the name Asha has apparently entered the European Union Intellectual Property Office.
To refresh your memory, when Microsoft overtook Nokia mobile pisi, the US software giant apparently also gained trade name rights to Nokia Asha. Although quite popular in developing countries, Nokia Asha was forced to be turned off because it is considered to be a tough competitor for Liaia 435 seria who also targeting lower class users.
Meanwhile, as reported by GizmoChina, HMD Global is currently preparing the manufacture of a mobile phone with the model number TA-1047. Not only that, 4G version of Nokia 3310 is also reportedly will soon land anyway in the near future. Could the TA-1047 model be a sign of Nokia Asha’s ‘comeback’ to the global market?