The Nokia brand is back in business, thanks to HMD Global, the company that has acquired the rights to the brand name. After a tumultuous experiment with Windows Phone and the sale to Microsoft, the future of this once dominating name in the mobile phone industry was at its worst. Now, the company is making a come back with Google’s Android operating system at its core, something that users believed should have been the case in the first place. The company has already released its maiden Nokia 6 in China, a phone that garnered over a million registrations for pre-sales and was sold out in under a minute. The company is poised to make a come-back under the leadership of Florian Seiche, former co-founder of HTC’s branded smartphone business. He was also the Senior Vice President at Nokia and Microsoft, responsible for sales and marketing on mobile devices across Europe.