Finnish Mobile phone maker Nokia is reportedly getting ready to come to the market with a new family of devices, which should come under the name of Cseries. According to the news, the company has already applied for the Cseries trade mark in Finland, which means that we should soon see another lineup coming along with the already known Nseries and Eseries mobile phones from it.
For the time being, unfortunately, there are no details on what devices the company might plan to include in the new series
, though some speculations have already surfaced into the wild. The most possible scenario includes the appearance of new MIDs and netbooks from Espoo, and these devices should be included in the new series. Basically, the C from the name would stand for “Computer,” and this, along with the recent partnership that Nokia and Intel announced
, suggests exactly that.
The already existing Eseries and Nseries from the company, as many of you might already know, mainly include business-oriented handsets
, for the former, and high-end, media-packed smartphones
(along with the N770, N800, and N810 tablets), for the latter. At the same time, handsets that do not fit in any of these categories come with a four-digit number.
According to the Finnish blog Puhelinvertailu
, Nokia's mobile phones are divided into four categories, namely Connect, Live, Achieve and Explore, while the Cseries might include the Connect and Live-categories, most likely only the Connect devices. At the same time, the blog also admits that there might be a range of totally different devices
that the company intends to come to the market with in the near future.
The one thing that seems to be certain at the moment is that the upcoming Cseries family will include devices
in the “mobile phones, smartphones, accessories and spare parts of mobile phones” category. Hopefully, the company won't let us wait too long before unveiling more details on its plans for the mobile phone market, so stay tuned to learn more on this.