HMD Global may have already unveiled three new Nokia Android phones, but none of them came with Carl Zeiss camera lenses. However, Nokia recently hinted that its future phones might actually come with this type of lenses.

Nokia stated last week that it wasn’t using Carl Zeiss optics for its current lineup of Android smartphones, namely: the Nokia 6, 5 and 3. This led a lot of people to believe that HMD Global might not have been able to acquire Nokia’s partnership with the camera lens maker.

The company then took to Twitter to take questions from fans. Nokia reiterated that its “current range” of Android phones don’t use Carl Zeiss technology, and that fans should stay tuned for more announcements.

This might be HMD Global and Nokia’s way of hinting that their partnership with Carl Zeiss is still active, but that camera lens technology might be present on a different device, according to GSM Arena. What’s curious about this is that there have been several rumors going around that Nokia is planning on launching a flagship smartphone this coming June.

The still-unannounced Nokia Android flagship phone, rumored to be called the Nokia 8, is said to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB or 6GB of RAM. The camera on the handset is said to feature at least a 23MP sensor. Now that we know Carl Zeiss is still might be working with HMD Global and Nokia, it would make sense that the upcoming flagship phone will come with a Carl Zeiss-branded camera.

Although everyone is hoping that that will be the case, there’s still the possibility that Zeiss lenses won’t make it onto this device, as pointed out by Phone Arena. However, at least now we know that the possibility is still open for Nokia’s other future phones.