While Nokia is not in the healthiest of places, what with numerous rating downgrades and drastically reduced phone sales, its research and development teams have been covering themselves in glory thanks to their stunning Pureview camera technology.
Sadly, the phone around the Pureview was not all that, as our review noted. However, this is irrelevant, as the phone was something of a proof-of-concept that smartphone and photography lovers hoped would be delivered in future Nokia devices.
Well, on its official Twitter account the company has seemingly revealed the PureView technology will be included in the device to be launched on 5 September by Nokia, in response to a question about whether the technology would be included in future devices.
— Nokia (@nokia) August 21, 2012
@zarniw0op Just keep your eyes and ears open in the next coming weeks....
Of course, it could be the case that the firm will merely confirm that it intends to use the technology in future products, which would be something of a disappointment.
However, given the perilous position of Nokia, it may well need eye-catching technology like the Pureview camera to draw in new buyers, so it wouldn't be all that surprising to see it included in the next Lumia range.
This could certainly prove a shot in the arm to Nokia and Microsoft, which have so much riding on the success of the Windows Phone platform.
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