Monday, 23 July 2012

Review: Nokia 808 PureView

Nokia plan to be kings of mobile imaging and have put great amounts of effort to create the newest Nokia smartphone 808 PureView.

Nokia 808 full of interesting features, Its defining feature is, of course, the 41MP camera sensor, which is certain to excite as much as it will raise many eyebrows. Here's an extensive blog post that explains how the PureView camera worksHere's the short version: by default, the newest Nokia smartphone 808 PureView shoots 5MP shots but does something called oversampling - 8 pixels from the sensor are combined into a single pixel in the image. This is meant to improve the image quality, but also let you zoom in up to 3x in the photo while keeping the actual resolution and not losing sharpness. You can zoom up to 4x in the 1080p videos that the PureView can record.

The camera protrudes from the back, just like it did in the N8, but the newest Nokia smartphone 808 is bigger and noticeably thicker than the N8. Part of that is due to the 4" ClearBlack AMOLED display, which really pushes the limits of its nHD (360x640 resolution). The "hump" for the camera is something you'll have to get used to, but people seemed to really appreciate the PureView's design because Nokia 808 is full of incredible look and style.

The newest Nokia smartphone 808 PureView runs the Nokia Belle OS and is the fastest of the Belles - a single-core 1.3GHz processors. It's the fastest, smoothest Belle-running (or Anna, or Symbian, or whatever) phone we've ever handled. See it in action:

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