Jolla Promises 'Something Big' on November 19 Via Latest Teaser

By Prarthito

"Something BIG is about to begin." That's what Jolla has teased all over its social networking pages to create an impending sense of suspense. And with more new handsets arriving in the market almost everyday, fingers are crossed this time for something different.

Jolla, the smartphone start-up company from Finland, not long ago, launched its first Jolla smartphone in India back in September. However, the company has started teasing the launch of a new device on its official page and their social channels.

Jolla Promises 'Something Big' on November 19 Via Latest Teaser

This new teaser shows off a part of a device that looks like a new smartphone, while also claiming that "Something BIG is about to begin." As of now, the company is set to reveal it on November 19, Wednesday.

We haven't got a single clue on what the new release might be. However, going by the fact that the company has teased something "big," there are chances that the new handset could fall under the phablet category. This could make it larger than the previously released Jolla handset.

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For the record, the first Jolla smartphone came with a 4.5-inch qHD screen, and was powered by a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and sported a unique design. However, keeping an eye on the new teaser, the second Jolla smartphone could easily arrive with a new design.

And if that's indeed true, it will come in a new avatar compared to the two-layered design of the first Jolla smartphone. Although, as we mentioned before, we have no clue as to what the new phone will be like. Nonetheless, interested users could sign up with their e-mail ids at

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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