Following the ownership renewal of the “Asha” brand, HMD Global has transferred another old Nokia trademark under its intellectual property, the Xpress-on™. The trademark was once used by Nokia to market their swappable faceplates which are once a staple feature of Nokia handsets.
The Xpress-on™ trademark is listed and classified to be used for “accessories for communications apparatus, namely microphones, speakers, colored covers, housings, cases, antennas, batteries, battery chargers, excluding accessories for paging apparatus; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods”.
This seems reasonable considering HMD Global has shown interest in reviving old Nokia featurephone models, starting with the Nokia 3310. The brand is also applicable for use on speakers, microphones, battery and battery chargers. Sounding so Moto Mods™.
The trademark will remain under HMD Global’s intellectual property until 29/01/2028.