It seems that HMD Global is now working to bring another device that might amaze the market. A new report suggests that Nokia is developing a new smartphone that will apparently come with a penta-lens (5-lens) rear camera.
According to a source that's familiar with Foxconn's R&D business claims that the Finnish company has already built a smartphone with five rear cameras and is currently testing the smartphone. The mass production is believed to begin sometime in the mid-2018.
The report suggests that the smartphone will apparently feature a large circular housing on the rear with five cameras and two LEDs, similar to the circular ring seen on the previous Lumia 1020 or grab a few design elements from the Nokia OZO VR camera. As of now, there is no other information available from Nokia.
Besides, Huawei is believed to unveil its P-20 flagship smartphone, featuring five cameras. If the rumours are to be believed, the handset will come with a triple-lens rear camera setup and two cameras on the front. Huawei's P-20 is expected to be launched at the MWC in Barcelona in late February.