Nokia is making a comeback onto the smartphone market with an array of devices running on Android. Some fans have been waiting for the comeback with anticipation as this time around the phone maker is different.
The mobile division of the company was bought out in 2013 and then Redmond sold the feature phone business and HMD Global took it over. With this in mind there is no wonder that the new handsets have been coming with extensive changes.
Recently Nokia Mobile took to Twitter and confirmed that the new devices are not going to offer up the Carl Zeiss lens.
The same person who asked the question also asked about the PureView imaging tech used in the Lumia handsets. This was one thing that Microsoft kept when they sold out to HMD.
Of course this news doesn’t mean that we are not going to see some great handsets with great camera. It has been said that the sensor on the Nokia 3310 is better than that of the camera offered on the Samsung Galaxy S7.