Nokia is back with an array of Android devices. Many fans had long awaited this comeback but keep in mind that Nokia is entirely different this time around.
Initially, the Finnish company’s mobile division was bought over by Microsoft in 2013 and following its low success rating, Redmond sold its feature phone business to HMD Global.
So, it’s not that surprising that these devices will be coming with some extensive changes. A recent tweet from Nokia Mobile confirmed that there will not be Carl Zeiss lenses on its upcoming devices.
@___Dhruv___ We're no longer using Carl Zeiss technology.
— Nokia Mobile (@nokiamobile) March 5, 2017
The person who inquired also mentioned the PureView imaging technology that was used only in Lumia devices and one of the things Microsoft decided to retain when it sold its phone division to HMD.
However, this doesn’t mean that Nokia will not be producing devices sporting great cameras. In fact, a report by Phone Arena states that the sensor on the new 3310 is actually better than the camera on the Galaxy S7!