HMD Global renews Nokia's Xpress-on trademark

In an interesting and intriguing move, HMD Global has recently renewed the Nokia Xpress-on trademark under its ownership. This was used many eons ago for replaceable front and back covers, once a staple feature of a large number of Nokia handsets.

The Xpress-on trademark is classified as follows: "accessories for communications apparatus, namely microphones, speakers, coloured covers, housings, cases, antennas, batteries, battery chargers". That list basically reveals what HMD Global could use it for - while we assume replaceable rear covers aren't coming back anytime soon, the company could release phone cases using this brand.

The newly re-registered trademark is valid until 2028, so HMD Global surely has some time on its hands to decide precisely what products to call Xpress-on.

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