Nokia is preparing its own line of laptops
More than a decade ago, Nokia released its latest netbook, the Booklet 3G, and has since left this market segment to other manufacturers. However, according to information provided by one of the Indian regulators, the smartphone manufacturer will soon re-introduce its own line of laptops.
The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) lists nine models of Nokia laptops at once with model numbers NKi510UL82S, NKi510UL85S, NKi510UL165S, NKi510UL810S, NKi510UL1610S, NKi310UL41S, NKi310UL42S, NKi310UL82S, and NKi310UL85S. Presumably, the abbreviation of models under the letters NK means the brand, and then there is a decoding of the processor and the presence of Windows 10.
At the same time, the manufacturer itself does not officially confirm or deny plans to release laptops. The last time Nokia presented its products in this segment was in 2009, when it released the Nokia Booklet 3G netbook. The gadget, considered at that time, received an Intel Atom Z530 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 120 GB of internal memory, and support for 3G.