According to a report, the Finnish smartphone maker has announced that it won’t be using a technology that made its earlier smartphones such as (Lumia 920, 1520 and 950) a force to be reckoned with in the world of mobile photography- Carl Zeiss optics.

The company announced the news after a user’s questions on Twitter “ whether the company is going to use the PureView technology with Carl Zeiss optics in the cameras in the new Android-based handsets, Nokia respond was “ We are no longer Carl Zeiss optics.”
 But to keep fans exited about upcoming devices, the company tweeted” We have more announcements coming in 2017 - we have only just begun.” However HMD Global did not refer to its new handsets changes.

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This powerful line-up – Nokia 6, sports a 16MP sensor with PDAF, f/2.0 and dual-tone LED flash, along with 8MP front facing autofocus camera f/2.0 and 84 degree field view. 



Lumia 950 with display of 5.2 in 2560x1440 pixels has storage of 32GB, expandable up to 200GB, OS: Microsoft windows 10mobile along with 1.8 GHz snapdragon 808. Comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 including front facing camera of 5MP and rear facing camera 20MP powered with 3000mAh battery.

It is reported that Nokia devices sold in India will be manufactured locally.  The Foxconn the company’s partner will be manufacturing the smartphones. Also it has been reported that the new handset will be available in the market sometimes in June this year.  Other details and comparison will be posted later.

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