Its true that Samsung has captured the handset market like never before. Nokia might have taken a backside for sometime, but here it might lead to a new revolution in the handset market. The new Nokia 808 PureView is all set to set the market to fire with its revolutionizing 41 MP camera, the first of its kind in the market. Read on for a detailed review.
The Nokia 808 PureView is not falling in the Android or Windows 7 series, yet this is a smartphone with the new Nokia Belle operating system, and has got all the features you might imagine for a high-end handset. With a 41 MP camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, the picture quality is going to set its own benchmark. The handset will also give an all new experience with video recording, supporting 4x lossless zoom, and 1080p recording at 30 fps.
Do not confuse with the 41 MP camera and think that you will take huge photos. That is not the fact. The truth is that you will take photos of manageable sizes, and yet get the benefits of 41 MP. The camera will make use of the oversampling technology, by which 7 of the pixels of an image will be combined into a single pixel, which will be termed as the “pure” pixel, and this will lead to a manageable sized “pure” photo, eliminating any visual noise in present.
Some of the major specifications of Nokia 808 PureView include the following:
- Display: 4 inch AMOLED ClearBlack Display
- Capacitive touchscreen
- Sensors: Proximity, Compass, Orientation, Ambient Light Detector
- Memory: 16 GB internal, up to 48 GB via micro SD card
- Weight: 169 g
- Connectivity: GPRS/EDGE, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GSM, TCP/IP
- Platform and UI: Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1
- Camera: 41 MP with Carl Zeiss Optics and Nokia Pureview Pro imaging technology
- Full HD video recording
Moreover, the phone supports instant sharing, surround sound and Nokia Maps. Seems to be a perfect combination of entertainment and technology. So, stay tuned for more updates on Nokia 808 PureView.