When it comes to laptops, Nokia is not the brand you would think of, but it seems to be changing. Due to the recently signed special licensing agreement between Nokia and the French company of Global, Nokia branded laptops will be available in 22 countries around the world.

The first of these will be the Nokia PureBook Pro, which will be unveiled at MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona before its official release later this year. Nokia branded laptops were previously only available in India, however, the new arrangement will allow users in many other countries to get their hands on this new device.

The agreement will allow more French startups to participate in the concept, design, manufacture, advertising and sales of laptops. OFF Global also announced that the Nokia PureBook Pro laptop, which comes in two display sizes, will be available in a number of options as a result of the new licensing agreement.

The Nokia PureBook Pro laptop will be available in 15.6% and 17.3% variants. In terms of display, both laptops will have an IPS Full HD resolution screen with a maximum brightness of 250 nits. It will also come with a backlit keyboard, which is easy to operate at night.

Internally it will have Intel Core i3-1220P processor, 812 RAM with 512GB SSD storage. At the end of the software, it will run Windows 11 operating system and for ports, it will include 2 x USB-C 3.2, 1 x USB-A 3.2, and a 3.5mm audio jack.


Lastly Nokia PureBook Pro 15.6″ will have a 57Wh battery while the larger 17.3″ PureBook will feature a slightly larger 63Wh unit.

The laptops come in various color options, including, blue, dark grey, and red. However, as of now, the company hasn’t revealed any details regarding the official launch date of these laptops but it’s expected to start at €699 (~$791).