Nokia said that it plans to release a new line of mobile devices that support N-Gage, although the mobile firm declined to say whether it would be rolling out a dedicated mobile gaming device, something the company abandoned in 2005.
Pocket Gamer quoted another entry on the N-Gage blog disclosing September as a possible launch date, although the referenced entry currently only mentions " early 2008" as the expected arrival date for the new games from EA and Gameloft.
The original N-Gage devices were introduced in 2003 and fell far short of expectations, selling only two million of a predicted six million units.
Nokia announced in 2005 that it would be putting mobile gaming on the back burner until the technology was better-equipped to handle games.
The company said in September that it had begun development on a new gaming platform, with mid-2007 as a target release date.
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