Nokia teaser hints at new QWERTY smartphone

Right now, all you can see are a couple corners with a bright yellow frame and a key or two. The full monty will be shown off Wednesday.

This might be what Nokia unveils on Wednesday.
This might be what Nokia unveils on Wednesday. Nokia

Nokia appears to have a new smartphone in the works.

The company on Monday posted a brief writeup to its blog, saying that it has something in store for Wednesday at 7 a.m. GMT. Nokia didn't say exactly what will be announced, but it promised "something new, followed by a Q&A session with Neil Broadley from our Mobile Phones team." There will also be "a special guest."

As for what Nokia has planned? It appears to be a new smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard. The image included in the blog post shows a yellow device's screen, as well as the corner of a keyboard.

We'll find out later this week what Nokia has planned.

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