Nokia 808 Pure View:Revolutionary 41 MP High Definition Camera MWC 2012
A good news for all photography lovers like me,Nokia one of the big giant in smartphone’s announced another big product called “Nokia’s 808 Pure View smartphone“.A smartphone who can change the definition of on-the-go photography 🙂 Its having revolutionary 41 Mega Pixel HD camera,which make it as one of the best camera phone till date.
This was announced at Mobile World Congress 2012 (MWC) Barcelona Spain.Its another challenging question for those Who said Nokia Symbian is now dead 🙂 . I think Symbain is heart of Nokia due to this they gain popularity & its true.
Really Nokia Pure View is stunning smartphone who can replace SLR-DSLR in future.Capturing quality of Nokia Pure View is amazing.Its having optics from Carl Zeiss, Xenon Flash light & a LED which acts as a flash light during image capture.Nokia 808 Pure’s 41 megapixel sensor allow us to captures images from seven different adjacent pixels & change them into one single HD image.
Another beauty of Nokia 808 Pure View is its ability of zooming,compact file size and low light performance.Their are several capture modes for Nokia 808 Pure
4:3 Aspect Ratio: 3MP,5MP,8MP,38MP
16:9 Aspect Ratio: 2MP,5MP,8MP,38MP
Its having capacity of HD video recording in 1080p at 30 frames per second,audio codes of video recorder is really powerful its uses Dolby Digital Plus audio recording with support of 5.1 Speakers & HDMI cable.
Availability & Price: Nokia Pure View 808 may cost approx 603$ & will available on Q2 of 2012 (May 2012)
we all know that android is now capturing major smartphone market,So to be in the competition race every manufactures like Nokia & Samsung BADA need to make such type of changes in their smartphone. I personally like the Symbian Belle & its new UI. I think changing in hardware configuration will not fulfill all the requirements of customers,what u can? kindly comment it below.
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