Nokia and China-based Meizu have collaborated in the past and it appears that they have another announcement to make in the near future. A poster has leaked out of China which suggests that Nokia and Meizu will be holding a joint event next month. It’s unclear at this point in time what the two companies might announce at this joint event.

We’ve previously seen Meizu send out invites for the M2 which was launched alongside the Nokia 1110 in 2015. The companies did the same thing last year when the sent invites for the Nokia E71 launch.

A poster has been making the rounds in China online and it suggests that the companies might be taking their partnership forward next month. It features Nokia’s iconic handshake with two lines of text that loosely translate to “paying tribute to the classic.” It also says that “Meizu Blue Charm and Nokia Joint Conference Next Month.”

There’s speculation that this might have something to do with Nokia working with Meizu to launch some smartphones powered by the latter’s Flyme OS. However, it’s just speculation at this point in time.

The event hasn’t been officially confirmed at this point in time so we’ll have to wait until June to find out what’s really going to be announced at this event.

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