Nokia 6 was the first Nokia Android Smartphone launched. It was launched in China and made it limited to China market, and was later on launched at MWC 2017 to make available globally.
Nokia 6 was the first Nokia Android Smartphone launched. It was launched in China and made it limited to China market, and was later on launched at MWC 2017 to make available globally.

As we might know that the camera feature on mobile phones is among the most/liked feature so far. Smartphone makers every single day come up with new ideas and innovations of to enhance their camera features. Of recent, we have seen the likes of; Huawei, Apple, LG, and so forth, launching their newest flagships that come packed with a dual rear cameras, and an auto-focused front camera.

Thus, on the other hand, Finnish smartphone makers, Nokia Corp. during the weekend according to reports by TOI, announced it won’t be using a camera technology that was used on its earlier smartphones; Lumia 920, Lumia 1520 and Lumia 950, a force to be reckoned with in the world of mobile photography Carl Zeiss optics.

The company announced the news as a reply to a user’s query on Twitter. When asked if it is still using the PureView technology and Carl Zeiss optics in its cameras or it was sold to Microsoft?

Nokia in the response said, “We’re no longer using Carl Zeiss technology.”

In a previous tweet, however, Nokia said, “Hi @___Dhruv___, we have invested in excellent imaging solutions. Our cameras have large apertures and are designed to perform well in all conditions.”

To keep fans excited about upcoming devices, the company tweeted “We have more announcements coming in 2017 – we’ve only just begun!”

HMD Global, the company that exclusively manufactures Nokia-branded devices, didn’t refer to its new Android-based Nokia handsets that were launched at MWC 2017 as having Carl Zeiss optics either.

The most powerful of Nokia’s new line-up – Nokia 6, sports a 16MP senso and dual-tone LED flash, and an 8MP front-facing autofocus camera with f/2.0 aperture and an 84-degree field of view.

source: TOI