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Nokia mobile phone successor HMD Global and ZEISS now reached an exclusive strategic agreement and announced that the two parties would work together to enhance the overall image quality of their future smartphones. It also means that the Carl Zeiss Logo will return to the Nokia brand.

Nokia and Zeiss cooperation in the first product N90

Nokia and Zeiss cooperation in the first product N90

Before iPhone dominated smartphone industry, Nokia was a well-deserved leader in the mobile phone trade. In 2002, Nokia released the world's first camera phone 7650, though only ‎0.3 Megapixels but created a new era. This phone is the world's first Symbian system phone and the first colour mobile phone.

With the agreement, the two sides coming together again.

At the end of 2004, Nokia and the German optical giant Carl Zeiss announced a partnership, creating the most successful cross-border cooperation between a mobile phone manufacturer and an optical manufacturer. In a very extended period, these two brands were leading the development of a mobile phone imaging technology.

Nokia 808 PureView with a 41 MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics

Nokia 808 PureView with a 41 MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics

A recent review of the new Nokia Android model doesn't appease much in the camera segment. But in the future, Nokia smartphones can again shine as one of the best camera phones because the partnership between the HMD Global and ZEISS promises to offer fans an excellent camera in future devices.