Representational Image: Many Nokia Windows mobile smartphones including Pureview 808 packs Carl Zeiss camera sensor Image: Nokia
HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones is putting every possible efforts to get an edge over its competitors. In an effort to make its future smartphones even more tempting, the Nokia owner has signed a partnership with Zeiss Optics. With the partnership, the future Nokia smartphones are purported to come with superior camera along with decent design and specification along with the latest Android OS vanilla edition.
"Our fans want more than a great smartphone camera; they want a complete imaging experience that doesn't just set the standard but redefines it. Together with ZEISS we're delivering it," said Arto Nummela, CEO, HMD Global, in a statement.
The relationship between Zeiss and Nokia phones began more than a decade ago which drove technology innovations such as the world's first multi-megapixel mobile phone.
"Our partnership is built on a solid foundation. Together, we look forward to an exciting journey into the future of sophisticated smartphone imaging," added Matthias Metz, Member of the Executive Board of Zeiss Group.
According to a CNET report, this is not the first time Nokia and Zeiss have teamed up.
They also worked together on Nokia N series, which preceded the more recent Lumia line.
The last devices to have Zeiss Lens were Nokia 808 PureView and Lumia 1020.
"For now HMD is concentrating on selling the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 (and of course the 3310)," the report added.
HMD Global has recently launched its latest three Android-driven smartphone Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 in India. The Nokia 3 is already available for purchase via birck-and-mortar stores at Rs 9,499. Its higher end sibling, Nokia 5 is priced at Rs 12,899 and will be available for pre-booking starting July 7, while Nokia 6, the expensive candidate from the trio will be available via Amazon India starting July 14.
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