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The new Nokia Phones will no longer feature Zeiss-Branded cameras

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For many years, Nokia and ZEISS have worked together to supply the former’s smartphones with camera hardware. As HMD Global-owned Nokia has stated, this lengthy association has now come to an end.

Nokia and ZEISS have officially ended their partnership, according to a statement to Nokiamob. This indicates that future Nokia devices won’t feature the ZEISS logo. This choice has not been given a justification.

It is believed that Nokia and ZEISS’s partnership ended in silence in 2021. The final smartphone to use cameras backed by ZEISS was the Nokia XR20. The camera company’s partners currently solely include Sony and Vivo.

Remember that the Nokia-ZEISS relationship started in 2017 with the Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 8.3, Nokia 7.2, and other smartphones were produced as a result of this collaboration. Because it has five rear cameras and the PureView trademark was back, the Nokia 9 PureView was undoubtedly well-liked. What the future holds for Nokia devices is still up in the air!

According to the statement,

After the long and successful collaboration, in 2021 ZEISS and HMD Global have mutually agreed not to prolong their non-exclusive partnership which included collaboration for imaging technologies of “Nokia” branded smartphones with ZEISS as consulting and development partner.


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