The company in charge of Nokia smartphones, HMD Global, is really leaning on nostalgia. With modern twists, Nokia brought back its classic 3210 smartphone from the 90s last month. Once again, they’re at it.

There has been talk about HMD’s Skyline before. HMD Skyline renders have finally surfaced on X, thanks to user @smashx_60.

This phone is reminiscent of the Nokia N9’s Fabula design language. The luminescent yellow color scheme, however, instantly brings to mind Nokia’s iconic Lumia 920.

The design might be a trip down memory lane, but the specs seem very much of the present. Skyline will feature an FHD+ OLED display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate, according to a previous report. Qualcomm Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 is expected to power the device, a capable mid-range chip.

There will be three cameras on the back of the Skyline, including a 108MP main sensor, an ultrawide lens, and a macro or depth sensor. In front of the camera is a 32MP shooter, which will be used to take selfies.

With a 4,900mAh battery and 33W fast charging support, the phone will have a long battery life. The device is also IP67-rated for dust and water resistance.

There will also be an under-display fingerprint sensor and stereo speakers, according to reports. In terms of software, Google’s mobile operating system Android 14 is expected to cover the ground.

In July, the HMD Skyline is expected to launch for €520 with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage.