At the 2017 Mobile World Congress, Nokia unveiled a slew of new devices including a reimagining of its classic Nokia 3310 feature phone. While the company did not unveil a true flagship, rumors say the company is already working on one and a new statement by the company hints at the return of the company’s partnership with Carl Zeiss for its cameras.
The company previously announced, in response to a Tweet, that it was no longer using Zeiss technology for its devices. But the company later clarified that its statement only applied to currently announced devices like the recently unveiled Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6. That leaves the possibility that we still might see Carl Zeiss technology in Nokia’s upcoming devices including its rumored flagship.
Previous rumors have claimed that the upcoming Nokia flagship will feature an all-metal body, a dual rear camera system, and a Snapdragon 835 processor.