According to ET News, Samsung Electronics will cooperate with Japan’s Olympus (Olympus) to jointly improve the camera shooting capabilities of the Galaxy flagship. In addition, the news has also been confirmed by a well-known tipster.

Moreover, the other large manufacturers in the mobile phone industry have chosen to co-brand with niche optical lens manufacturers, such as Sony, Nokia, Vivo and Zeiss, Huawei and Leica, OnePlus, and Hasselblad.

Olympus is a Japanese company specializing in optics and imaging. It was founded in 1919. Its products include microscopes, cameras, tape recorders, endoscopes, and other medical equipment.

It is worth mentioning that starting from January 1, 2021, Olympus Co., Ltd. has completed the transfer procedure in accordance with the Olympus imaging business transfer contract signed on September 30, 2020, with Japan Industrial Partners. After the transfer is completed, OM Digital Solutions Corporation will receive the Olympus imaging business from now on.

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