Nokia releases 4 new 808 PureView promo videos
Get the professional touch
"Give your photos a sharper perspective or special effect with the PureView's creative controls. Quickly shoot at optimum settings for close-ups, landscapes or night shots, or play with the creative modes to make your images really stand out."
How good can 5MP be?
"It's not about the size of the pixels, it's what you do with them. PureView packs the goodness of 6 pixels into 1 for sharp, clear 5 megapixel photos that are ready to share."
Zoom, zoom and zoom again
"Get closer to the action. Take a picture, then zoom into the image up to three times with no loss of detail. Shoot in Full HD 1080p video and zoom into the action four times, or choose Full HD 360p mode and zoom in 12 times."
Don't be afraid of the dark
Never miss the real story. The Carl Zeiss lens and 41 megapixel image sensor on a Nokia 808 PureView make the most of the available light so you don't have to give it a moment's thought.
source: Daily Mobile
1. torr310 (Posts: 328; Member since: 27 Oct 2011)
A camera with the phone function.
Anyways, this is not gonna on sale in the United States. Wasting no time on it.
2. Penny (Posts: 1091; Member since: 04 Feb 2011)
Whether or not this phone is made available in the U.S., and whether or not this camera makes it to Windows Phones any time soon, I'm just glad that Nokia followed through with the R&D on this tech. Thanks to their research, and more importantly, thanks to their follow-through to put something this far advanced out in a current device, they have just pushed all manufacturers to not hold out their best camera tech.
4. Lwazi_N (Posts: 205; Member since: 23 Jun 2011)
Prolly a marketing gimmick- Nokia might later deide to bring the phone to the US depending on the feedback it gets to the fact that they say they will not be releasing it stateside.
5. Stoli89 (Posts: 333; Member since: 28 Jun 2010)
No, it's not being launched in the US because the Symbian brand has been decimated by the US tech media. Nokia is in the midst of rejuvinating its brand with the Windows Phone alliance. Launching a flagship Belle (Symbian) device would only confuse this effort. Sure, Nokia enthusiasts in the US, eager for this device, can still source it SIM free, but no carrier will launch it for this reason.
11. Lwazi_N (Posts: 205; Member since: 23 Jun 2011)
Ok, what do you think now, clever dude? The. Phone is being launched in the U.S. I knew this day would come. Eat your words!!! See herehttp://www.phonearena.com/news
/Nokia-808-PureView-coming-to-the-US-but-dont-ask-for-carrier-subsidy_id30016.I can smell a marketing gimmick from a mile away and this was it!
6. Eingild (Posts: 203; Member since: 19 Apr 2011)
I'd rather wait for the technology to be adapted on a Windows Phone device.
7. A.aoudi (Posts: 125; Member since: 14 Feb 2012)
I had enough of this device here. I just cant wait to see it in person and get my hands on that 41 MP sensor and see what its made of but its going to take a bit of time to get to stores and that is the sad part.
8. roscuthiii (Posts: 1785; Member since: 18 Jul 2010)
Ahhh... Fridays at work... thought that said something about Nokia releasing 4 porno videos.
10. matthewsworld (Posts: 2; Member since: 10 Mar 2012)
How much is this phone going to sell for. I have only seen one site,http://www.talktechnews.co.uk/
2012/03/02/how-nokias-41-mega-pixel-smartphone-works/that said it would be £350.