Nokia 808 PureView as seen through my camera lens
Talk about what? The camera, the innovation or the work behind this amazing piece of hardware… To sum it up, its a magician’s best magic trick publicized! More about the device – here. The devices packs in a 41MP camera sensor supported with Xenon Flash and LED Flash. It has what it takes to shoot amazingly rich video and studio quality images. Not just in theory – practically, perfectly!
1.3 GHz single core processor with GPU assist, having a 512MB RAM, this device is powered by the godfather OS (read Symbian) Belle FP1 with an improved CAMERA UI and the OS itself.
This is Nokia’s first evar phone to feature PureView technology, bringing satellite imaging to phone is no joke, and Nokia folks at camera division have done it!
This has to be one of those camera modules for which phone was later designed to match. Whaaaat.. First they developed the camera senors, tested it, and later designed the device to fit in the sensor and it’s Xenon flash module. RESPECT!
The device feels very solid in hand, looks fabulous, got good amount of screen space. And the phone respects it’s camera module, a lot!
Ignore that number sticker, I know you just can’t. Anyway, it doesn’t feel as fat and heavy as it looks.
Packs in a AV 3.5 mm port, HDMI port and micro-usb connector at the top. To it’s right a volume rockr, screen lockr, and a wonderful two stage camera key.
Look at that humongous camera module and tiny speaker making its appearance next to it.
At the back you can find a removable battery case which is designed to provide good amount of grip (find that black grip).
I had the complete privilege to “own it for a day” when I was at the MWC! I was impressed with it.. Kind of an understatement. I am no judge. But let me tell you, this is another legend born and it is going to be immortal!
To all the camera freaks out there, our time has come! This is the perfect weapon.
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