Nokia PureBook Pro: Brand’s First Apple-Influenced Notebook | Prices

Let’s face it right away, without going around uselessly: the designers of the first Nokia-branded notebook they seem to have taken inspiration here and there from Apple’s MacBooksolder and more current – and the first to come to mind is MacBook Pro with M1 Pro / Max to which, apart from the notch, it looks a lot (here the review). For the “first” of the historic Finnish brand in the notebook segment, it was decided not to take risks, relying on familiar lines and in a certain sense reassuring for many.

And if the pictures of Nokia PureBook Pro when closed they may not suggest who knows what combination, just look at the photos in which it is in profile or rather those in which it is immortalized, open, from above, with the keyboard in plain sight, which perhaps represents the clearest “homage” to MacBooks . However, the designers put their effort into harmonizing everythingbecause unlike the laptops with the Apple on the back, the look is markedly nice but at the same time discreet: it will be for the four different colors or for the alternation between soft and angular lines, the Nokia PureBook Pro transfer a feeling of balance, of successful operation.

The men of OFF Global, a French company born in 2020 that obtained a HMD from HMD, hope so license to design and sell Nokia-branded laptops in 22 countries (including Italy). Nokia PureBook Pro is declined in the most classic of variants, from 15 and 17 inchesand both have the cover in aluminum in four color variations that embellishes a construction that in any case seems to involve a large use of plastic, probably with the aim of containing production costs and therefore the list price.

The first is good, one can say judging by the images, the technical picture (which you can find below) and by the fact that PureBook Pro is only the first in a series of Nokia notebooks to come in the future. It will be necessary to test his skills on the field, of course, and there will be time, but the first impressions are positive. Basically, however, the list prices in euros.


  • chip: Intel Core i3-1220P, 10 cores, 12 threads, up to 4.4 GHz, 10 nm realization, 28 watts TDP
  • memories: 6GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD (replaceable SSD)
  • screen: 15.6 or 17.3 inch Full HD IPS with anti-glare
  • connectivity: Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, USB-A 3.2, two USB-C, microSD card reader, 3.5mm audio jack input
  • webcam: 2 megapixels
  • audio: four loudspeakers, two at the side and the same at the bottom
  • unlock: Windows Hello compatible fingerprint reader
  • battery: 57 watt hours, fast charging via USB-C to 60% in half an hour (15.6 “)
  • system operating: Windows 11 pre-installed
  • size And weight (15.6 “): 358 x 237 x 19.05 mm for 1.7 kg of weight (17.3” 19.6 mm of thickness and 2.5 kg of weight the only data available)
  • other: numeric keypad in the 17.3-inch variant

We are very proud – said David Garcia, CEO of OFF Global – to guarantee an international license for a brand as well known as Nokia. At OFF Global, we benefit from significant experience in the design and development of consumer technology products that we intend to bring to the new Nokia branded laptop range.

At Nokia, we believe that technology must act as a factor that can improve people’s lives. Laptops have become a fundamental means of connecting, learning and bringing people together through shared moments. We are delighted to announce OFF Global’s license for Nokia-branded laptops in Western Europe, North Africa, Thailand and Canada. With its renowned product development and distribution capability, OFF Global will provide high-tech, high-quality devices at competitive prices – in the words of Vipul Mehrotra, VP of Nokia Brand Partnerships.


Nokia PureBook Pro will arrive in April 2022. The good news is that Italy is included in the first distribution round, so the French-Finnish notebook will be available immediately, at the following prices:

“Other models in the range – it is read – will be presented in the coming months “.