HMD’s Asha Trademarks Filling Confirms Relaunch of Nokia Asha Handset Series

Asha Touch phones from Nokia were once very popular. What if we tell you that they might come back in the market. Wouldn’t that be exciting? As we are already known with the fact that ever since the Finnish brand HMD Global has taken over the brand Nokia, it has seen a tremendous growth with smartphones like Nokia 6, Nokia 5, Nokia 3, Nokia 3310 (2017), Nokia 8, and the latest Nokia 6 (2018) as well as feature phones like the Nokia 3310 and the Nokia 150.

The news has it that HMD has filed a new trademark to bring Nokia Asha smartphones back in the markets. The listing was filed with European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). Though there is no confirmation about the news yet.


Nokia’s brand Asha was acquired by Microsoft back then and the phones were really popular as they came with interesting feature like Qwerty keypad. Soon after the launch of Lumia series, the company canceled the Asha series of phones. There it is claimed that the Asha brand was returned to the Nokia and now that HMD has the licensee to manufacture Nokia devices, the Asha brand might come under HMD.

HMD has manufactured so many smartphones with Nokia name and they all are becoming very popular these days. The year 2017 was the comeback year for the Nokia and now with this news, it is believed that HMD has much more exciting for 2018 as well. HMD is also believed to be working on other smartphones such as Nokia 1 and Nokia 9 which are anticipated to be released in 2018.

Further details will be shared regularly.



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