HMD’s four new phones spotted at regulatory agencies; company to launch it’s own brand phones in July this year

The upcoming HMD phones have created a lot of buzz over the internet in the past few days since the company officially announced that it will be launching three HMD phones in the month of July while one device will make its debut in May 2024.

Recently the company has also shared an official teaser which mentioned that the company will be launching a new phone in July. Today IT house reported that as per the list published by the European Union Intellectual Property Office, HMD Global has obtained 4 design patents.

However, the documents do not disclose any other information. Apart from this the IT House also found that HMD Global has a total of 642 design patents, covering mobile phones, chargers, other accessories, etc. but it is not revealed which are the brand’s designs.

Recently the two HMD phones have been spotted on the Geekbench database which revealed that the devices will run on Android 14 OS and will be powered by an octa-core processor. Other than this not much is known about the upcoming HMD devices yet but in the coming days, some more details might be revealed as there is still a lot of time left in the launch of these devices.


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