According to Evan Blass of VentureBeat HMD Global brings its mid-range Nokia device back to the United States through an alliance with Verizon. The Nokia brand has been a significant success in Europe by its new owners, and it could be tempting to turn its toes into the US mid-sized Android market.
Blass announced Twitter this early. Morning called Nokia 2.1V, including a leak in a device made with the new HMD, and last year made a carbon copy of Nokia 2.1, but it was backed by Verizon Wireless. In this case, a 5.5-inch display, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 425 and 8MP camera are likely to be behind you. Although the leaked device did not prove that the kind of Nokia phone would go back to the US, Verizon makes it clear that it is testing consumer interest in mobile phones.