Espoo, Finland/ Oberkochen, Germany, 6 July 2017 : Nokia and ZEISS sign an exclusive deal which is sure to set new imaging standards within the smartphone industry. This long-term agreement builds on the shared history and expertise between ZEISS and Nokia smartphones.
The partnership brings advancement in the overall imaging experience of Nokia Smartphones and will see highly improved camera ecosystem ranging from software, services, through to screen quality, and even optic design.
HMD Global and ZEISS bring back the ZEISS brand to Nokia smartphones once again which will result in high standard-defining imaging capabilities. We already saw how ZEISS improvised the Mobile Camera experience and this partnership will be a reflection of the shared values between both businesses.
The past collaboration saw ZEISS and Nokia phones driving technology innovations such as the world’s first multi-megapixel mobile phone and many more standard-setting devices, from the Nokia Nseries to those featuring Nokia PureView technologies. This renewed relationship is a long-term commitment to build on that technology innovation over the years to come.
“Collaborating with ZEISS is an important part of our commitment to always deliver the very best experience for our customers. Our fans want more than a great smartphone camera, they want a complete imaging experience that doesn’t just set the standard but redefines it. Our fans expect it and, together with ZEISS, we’re delivering it – co-developed imaging excellence for all.”
– Arto Nummela, CEO, HMD Global
“The collaboration of HMD Global with ZEISS for Nokia smartphones will again enhance consumers’ holistic Iimaging experience based on excellence and innovation. Our partnership is built on a solid foundation. Together, we look forward to an exciting journey into the future of sophisticated smartphone imaging.”
– Dr. Matthias Metz, Member of the Executive Board of ZEISS Group
This partnership has led yet another reason how the world’s best and most respected industry collaborates with the world’s most advanced optic system.