HMD Global acquired the rights to the trademark PureView, which previously belonged to Microsoft as part of a deal to acquire a mobile unit of Nokia. PureView debut took place in 2012, when Nokia Symbian-based Nokia 808 PureView came out with a 41-megapixel sensor, and then the turn of the WP-mobile phone Nokia Lumia 1020 came.
Currently, the rights to release smartphones under the brand Nokia is owned by HMD Global, which recently acquired the rights to the brand PureView. This is indicated by a record in the database of the European Union of Intellectual Property.
As NokiaMob notes , the rights to the trademark do not directly indicate the immediate release of smartphones with PureView technology. In addition, the technology itself remains in the possession of the Finns, as they only license the use of brands and technologies.