Nokia launches Kevlar phone case inspired by agent 007

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Official partner of the new James Bond film, Nokia will launch a series of products inspired by the famous English spy, which will be back in theaters in November. The first is a cell phone case made of Kevlar, a material known for its resistance and lightness.

The images of Kevlar’s case, the result of the partnership between HMD Global and the new 007 film, entitled No Time To Die, were released on Twitter by Roland Quandt, from the WinFuture website.

According to him, the thematic cover is for the Nokia 6.2 phone, bringing a different finish and the 007 mark on the back. He just doesn’t know if it has any special function, like the accessories used by Bond.

There is no further information about the beginning of sales of the product, but according to rumors, the cover will cost 25 euros, in addition to also being available in a version for Nokia 7.2, when it reaches stores.

Relationship between Bond and cell phones
Cell phones are often featured in 007 movies. In Tomorrow Never Dies, for example, the spy played by Pierce Brosnan uses a Sony Ericsson JB988 to control a car. With Daniel Craig on paper, we saw devices like the C902, M600i and K800i, also from Sony Ericsson.

And in the next feature, No Time to Die, which had its release postponed to November because of the Coronavirus, the story will be no different, as agent 007 will appear using Nokia’s first 5G phone.

In addition to it, other new models of the brand should also be shown in the film.