HMD Global has started sending out media invites for an event on August 16, at which it will launch its Nokia 8 flagship, with a Snapdragon 835, up to 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, ZEISS optics, and more.
A discovered patent shows that ZEISS may be working on a new rotary camera system that would provide multiple levels of optical zoom, and it could possibly be used on future Nokia devices.
The unannounced Nokia 8 - which is expected to feature a Snapdragon 835 processor, and up to 6GB of RAM - has been revealed in a leaked image, showing two rear cameras with ZEISS optics.
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HMD Global has announced an exclusive partnership to bring ZEISS imaging technology to future Nokia devices. ZEISS optics featured on some of Nokia's best phones, including the N8, N95 and Lumia 1020.
According to the Nokia Mobile Twitter account, HMD Global does not have Carl Zeiss lenses, which was what was used in the Nokia Lumia handsets, as well as others, before Nokia was bought by Microsoft.
Once again Apple is rumored to be working on a pair of mixed reality spectacles. The iPhone-maker has supposedly partnered with Zeiss for the optics needed for the device, which may launch this year.
Zeiss has debuted a new VR headset at E3 2016, the VR One Plus. The headset is a follow up to their 2014 offering, and can now accommodate larger smartphone, with screen sizes up to 5.5-inches.
Zeiss has launched its VR One virtual reality headset today. The headset is designed to be open to any Android or iOS smartphone between 4.7 and 5.2-inches and costs only $99. What does it offer?
In a new blog post, Nokia reveals some more information about their long time partnership with ZEISS, who helped to create the camera hardware inside Nokia's phones including the new Lumia 1020.
A few weeks on from our review of Nokia's Lumia 925, we take a closer look at its 8.7MP PureView camera, with a glance at some of the tech behind its performance, and how it fares in day-to-day use.
A new video posted by Nokia allows us to see an exploded version of its Lumia 925 Windows Phone device to see just how its camera is put together and how it works with its stabilization features.