Nokia Announcing Mysterious Black Device At Slush 2014


Nokia is looking to resurrect its brand more quickly than we originally expected. Today, the company has posted a photo of a piece of Nokia-branded hardware.

In a cryptic tweet from Nokia’s official Twitter account, the company hints that it’s “up to something” to coincide with Finland’s Slush conference tomorrow. An image accompanying the tweet is simply a mysterious black box furnished with a Nokia logo.  The photo, looks a lot like an Apple TV, but Nokia hasn’t given any details as to what we can expect. and this may be something totally unexpected.

Slush is the focal point for Eurasian startups and tech talent to meet with top-tier international investors, executives and media. In 2014, Slush brings together 10.000 attendees and more than 2500 companies for the two-day event, which takes place on November 18-19th in Helsinki.

Nokia’s head of products business, Sebastian Nystrom, is scheduled to speak at a Slush 2014 event called “What’s next, Nokia?” at 11.35am Helsinki Time (4:35  Eastern Time) on Tuesday.

We’ll keep you posted on all exiting news that Nokia shall bring in its announcement on Wednesday.

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