The barriers of Pixels of Cameras or Camera Phones has got broken badly. No.. No.. nothing bad happened, the megapixel has touched new sky. Thanks to Nokia and their team, the Nokia PureView image technology has been launched. The Nokia 808 PureView would be first phone to get featured with PureView technology.
The 41MP can you imagine? But its reality for Nokia’s case. The Nokia 808 PureView is first phone to come with 41MP camera, upgrading from 12MP camera last, which is expected to be integrated in Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3. So, Nokia has won the race in this niche, with latest technology, innovation and everything. They don’t focus on Android Phones, but instead they prefer unique development, which we got in the form of Nokia 808 PureView.
Nokia 808 PureView is a Symbian Operating System based camera phone, successor to Nokia N8, which earlier made a milestone of 8MP camera. The 808 from Nokia is integrated with latest imaging technologies, collaborated with Carl Zeiss optics and news pixel oversampling technology. These technology seen to made us surprised with its imaging capabilities, The new camera would able to zoom, without loss of clarity, and to enhance the sharpness of the images, which i am not find ways to imagine. But i have seen some images at Nokia Blog, which shows how much quality Nokia’s 41 megapixel camera offers.
With 38megapixel maximum resolution, which is maximum technically, is engineered to reframe, crop, resize the images to reveal the hidden details, which usually don’t get noticed by traditional camera. Nokia 808 PureView also features Dolby headphone technology, to deliver surround sound with standard 5.1 channel speakers and headphones. The 5.1 channel speakers gets output, from Dolby Digital Plus technology, which is specially designed for home theater technologies.
The Nokia 808 PureView is touted as ‘Video Star’, because it is capable to record 720p with 6x zoom, and 12x zoom with nHD format. The phone has special features, in which it is top-end device, which would allow it to record audio in CD-like quality, and without distortion. The phone has 4-inch ClearBlack AMOLED Gorilla Glass Display, and runs on a 1.3GHz processor. The phone is light weight compare to N8, and supports 32GB memory card, and comes with 16GB internal memory. The phone provides 6.5 hours backup, and up to 540 hours of standby time.
Nokia 808 PureView would be priced at 450 euros, which would be equal to around Rs. 30,000 in India and $600. The price seems good enough to consider to make it your next purchase. Kuddos! to Team Nokia for developing this precious phone.
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