After the successful launch of three Android smartphones and return of a classic at MWC 2017, it’s clear that Nokia will have more in store for fans new and old — the only questions is when they’ll appear. Looks like we won’t have to wait much longer.

In an official-looking video discovered by Evan Blass of VentureBeat, renders of four Nokia handsets are showcased. Two of them are obviously the Nokia 3 and 5 based on what we’ve already seen, but there are another two which haven’t been officially revealed yet.

It’s not the Nokia 6, either. Speculation now leads to people thinking the leftmost smartphone could be the rumored Nokia 9, the highest-end model of the incomplete series. This is backed by the unit having a dual-camera setup at the back, making it the only one to have such a feature.

Second to the left is another unknown Nokia device. With no dual cameras or other interesting features on either side, we’re assuming it’ll simply be a better-equipped version of the Nokia 6 — a Nokia 7 or 8, perhaps.

HMD Global (Nokia’s license holder) is still set to complete its Android lineup this year. We doubt seeing anything at Computex, but IFA Berlin or an independent event will likely shed more light on the mysterious Nokia smartphones.

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