Today HMD made an official announcement it has inked a deal with Carl Zeiss to endow future Nokia smartphones with the optical systems manufacturer’s technology.
Previously we heard upcoming Nokia phones might not take advantage of Zeiss optics after all, but thanks to the official announcement we now can tell you this won’t be the case at all. The two companies are looking at a long-term partnership which will see a culmination in Nokia’s released of its long anticipated flagship.
We’ve recently heard the phone could arrive with a large 5.3-inch display, QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and a Snapdragon 835 processor onboard. Two version should become available, one with 4GB of RAM and another with 6GB, but both will take advantage of 64GB of internals storage.
Nokia’s rumoured flagship is expected to be the first from its portfolio to boast a dual-camera setup comprised of two 13-megapixel lenses. As for the selfie snapper it’s also said to be of 13-megapixel variety.
Other rumoured specs include an IP68 certification, microSD card slot, iris scanner and a fingerprint sensor.
The phone is shaping up to be quite the contender to this year’s throne of smartphones. So do you think it will make customers forget about the Samsung Galaxy S8 or LG G6?
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