Long before Huawei partnered with a legendary German camera brand, Nokia put Carl Zeiss-branded lenses on its phones. A recent Tweet led people to believe that partnership will not carry over to the HMD-made phones, but now there’s a glimmer of hope.
It turns out that was a mistake - the tweet only meant that the current Nokias (6, 5 and 3) do not have Zeiss optics, not that new phones definitely will not have them. Of course, that’s not the same as confirming that they will, even though the tweet ends with a tantalizing “stay tuned”.
@baris_gunel Hi, our current range does not have Carl Zeiss, which is what this tweet is referring to. Stay tuned for more announcements— Nokia Mobile (@nokiamobile) March 9, 2017
If Zeiss does partner up with Nokia/HMD, the first child of that union will likely be the upcoming powerhouse of a phone scheduled for June.
Just saying: Zack has tested Nokia 6 durability. It didn't flex even a bit. Possibly even more durable than HTC 10.
I will actually add to this, (while I didn't like it when I had it), Windows phones also have remote management and OTA virtualization services, as well as update managers, store lockdown managers, that all could be managed from any windows PC or adm...
This news will really get the Nokia fans hyped up!