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HMD Global releases Camera app for its Nokia phones

By Jules Wang August 2, 2017, 2:13 pm

Nokia brand licensee for smartphones HMD Global has released its camera application onto the Google Play Store. No, it’s not at all what you hope it is as a Windows Phone fan.

Like other manufacturers, the company has put its app out there to separate any updates to it from full-on software updates. The app is only available to Nokia Android phones.

But as Nokia’s name returns to the stage, there’s been some attention to a renewed partnership with optics manufacturer Zeiss and a transfer of design patents from Microsoft that cover, among many other things, the user interface featured on the beloved Lumia Camera app for Windows Phone.



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