You know what I meant. In 2008, Nokia sold more cameraphones than Kodak sold cameras and became the biggest manufacturer of any kind of camera.
OK. If you say so.. You said Nokia INVENTED the camera phone. I simply pointed out that the camera phone was NOT INVENTED by Nokia as it was in existence years before Nokia in Japan.
Nokia, as the largest handset manufacturer by volume in 2008, most of which included a camera sensor, became by default, the biggest manufacturer of any kind of camera.
However, in most cases, the camera was a side benefit of purchasing a phone.
In your case, the phone is a side benefit of purchasing the camera.
You expanded on this by earlier stateing:
I don't give a chit about the phone part of my phone.
People call me like what? Three time a day, these days?
So Nokia is getting into the camera business, so to speak, by the fact that you are buying the exact desired device because possesses first and foremost a killer optical device, not a communications device.