Where Microsoft has been busy grabbing all of the headings with its critical shift recently, with Nokia since having inevitable its mobile division to the software application giant, has actually been quite quiet on what the future holds for the Finnish business. Similar to just how Microsoft exposed its strategies for unveiling a Microsoft branded Lumia by teasing us with unknown pictures of the Lumia 535, Nokia has simply launched a picture of a black box through its Twitter account, the details to which will certainly be exposed on the 18th of October, in a day.

The unknown photo of the little black box carries the excitement causing “”We’re up to something” “tag line, and also comes in merely a day prior to the Slush conference at Helsinki, Finland. It appears the device is set to be disclosed at the seminar where Nokia’s product business head, Sebastian Nystrom will be speaking on ‘‘ What’s next for Nokia’, in a session at the Slush seminar.


The gizmo seems to be bring the classic Nokia symbol ahead, and also as far as we could tell, has a matt finish to it. Now if it’s plastic, or metal, or clay; we’ll need to wait it out till tomorrow. Nevertheless the looming question on every person’s thoughts – – at least which saw this tweet – – is exactly what could the gadget really be?

We’ve seen numerous ‘‘ boxes ‘taking up a couple of parts in recent times, varying from streaming devices, to miniature PCs. Some Twitter users are betting on a Windows 10 small PC, however that is very doubtful in the meantime given the OS’s advancement so far. What nonetheless does promise is Nokia intending to move right into our living-room with a streaming box, as a result contending with the sort of Nexus Gamer, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and so on


. A streaming device from Nokia would be a brand-new for the Finnish business, and also with a market currently abuzz with some attractive great streaming devices at really competitive costs, it would certainly interest view just what features Nokia will carry the deal to draw in customers.

Microsoft may have gotten rid of the sought after brand that Nokia was from its mobile phones, but the Nokia team thinks the brand still resonates well with customers which will certainly want to study other chemicals from the Finnish giant as long as the company stays supplying as it finished with its smart phones.

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