HMD Global presents their interim report and new flagship smartphone Nokia 6 at their press conference in Helsinki, Finland June 6, 2017. Reuters/Lehtikuva/Emmi Korhonen

Latest reports suggest that Nokia-licensee HMD Global will soon be launching a new feature phone. Such a phone with model number TA-1017 has been spotted on TENAA, a Chinese regulatory site.

The images that have surfaced online show an ordinary-looking phone. The rear has the camera lens and the speaker grille. Flash support has not been observed. The physical keyboard on the front takes up much of the space, and the display is small.

The listing claims that the feature phone will not support 3G connectivity. It is possible that a more expensive variant of the phone will support such. The TENAA listing does not talk about price and availability, though. It is also not known whether the phone will have dual-SIM support. The device, however, is expected to run S30+UI.

It seems that HMD Global is on a mobile release spree. The first Nokia Android smartphone, Nokia 6, was released in January. The Nokia 150 and the 150 Dual Sim were launched in December 2016. The new feature phone is probably looking to be admired for its durability, writes Gadgets 360. When Nokia 3310 was reincarnated, there was much adulation and nostalgia across the world. However, it will be interesting to see how far Nokia goes with the nostalgia quotient.

The company has launched Nokia 3, 5, 6 and 3310 (2017) in many countries. It is expected to launch several other smartphones this year. There are reports that Nokia’s first flagship post-Microsoft will be called Nokia 9. The phone is expected to be launched in two variants boasting 6GB and 8GB RAM.

The TENAA listing has also showed another phone with the model number TA-1010 thought to be Nokia 105 (2017). It is shown with a white casing. The black counterpart has a TA-1034 model number.

This handset could be a revision of the Nokia 105 (2013), though recent rumours suggested the phone to be Nokia 130, reports Android Headlines. There is no credible information yet. Nokia recently unveiled the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 handsets in Sydney at price points of $249, $329 and $399, respectively.

“It's our ambition to be a top global smartphone player within three to five years. In order to do that, we need to resonate with a new audience,” HMD ANZ's general manager Mark Trundle told AAP.