Nokia 808 PureView smartphone is coming with 41 MP sensor and Carl Zeiss lens

Nokia 808 PureView
Nokia 808 PureView

Nokia has revealed the new standards of imaging in Nokia 808 PureView with 4-inches of display – corner to corner.

Nokia has reported that this is the first smartphone to feature Nokia PureView imaging technologies with high resolution sensors excluding Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia developed algorithms to facilitate high-end imaging experiences for future products by Nokia.

[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /] Nokia 808 PureView has high resolution 41 MP sensors with high performance Carl Zeiss optics and novel pixel oversampling technology.

“Nokia PureView imaging technology sets a new industry standard by whatever measure you use,” said Jo Harlow, executive vice president of Nokia Smart Devices.  “People will inevitably focus on the 41 megapixel sensor, but the real quantum leap is how the pixels are used to deliver breath-taking image quality at any resolution and the freedom it provides to choose the story you want to tell.”

Users, after taking the images at high resolution (38 MP maximum), can zoom, reframe, crop, resize and get the previously unseen details from the image. The images can be compacted to share on Email, MMS and on social networks.

Nokia 808 PureView also includes “full HD 1080p video recording and playback with 4X lossless zoom”. Nokia Rich Recording allows the audio recording at high fidelity levels. With the Dolby headphone technology, stereo content can be converted into a personal surround sound experience. The phone has Symbian Belle as OS. It has 1.3GHz single-core chip. The phone has 360 x 640 (nHD) resolutions. There is 512 MB of RAM and 16 GB of storage capacity that can be expanded using microSD.

The phone is expected to reach Europe in the next quarter at 450 Euros.

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