Pre-orders for the Nokia 808 PureView in the UK reveal a $711 price tag
Instead of the $785 cost associated with Nokia’s pre-order, Clove UK is only asking $711 (£449 excluding VAT) for its pre-orders. Although it’s a hairline less, it’s still one heavy investment that’s sure to drain a huge chunk of your pockets – then again, it does stand out immensely for its 41-megapixel camera. Sure, the Nokia Lumia 900 might be getting a lot more exposure right now, but if you’re more concerned about image quality with photos, you ought to check this baby out.
Just as a refresher if nothing but the Lumia 900 has gotten into your head, the Nokia 808 PureView features a 4” nHD (640 x 360) AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass, 16GB internal storage, microSD card slot, 41-megapixel camera with Xenon flash, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, DLNA, and a 1,400 mAh battery.
source: Clove UK (1 & 2)
2. good2great posted on 16 Apr 2012, 12:30 5 10
it isnt better than android tho... right? lol
-SGSIII May 3rd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
17. sadaivadai posted on 17 Apr 2012, 04:13 3 0
U are not any different from a apple fanboy ..
21. Hlorri posted on 23 Apr 2012, 13:14 0 0
Symbian is a more versatile OS than Android; there is more built-in functionality in Symbian/Nokia phones. Little details such as a more complete Bluetooth stack, better USB connectivity (especially with Nokia provided tools such as Multimedia Transfer, iSync plugin, etc etc), native WebDAV support for remote filesystem browsing, etc.
Then there is the fact that Nokia keeps producing the best cameras. For this reason alone, the only think that would make me trade in my current N8 would be this puppy.
Of course, with Elop having hijacked the company and turning it into one last-ditch futile marketing apparatus for Windows Phone, there is already a glut in new applications being developed. For instance, we don't see Angry Birds Space (yet? ever?). Even though Nokia themselves develop some of the best applications on the planet (think: Maps, Internet Radio, Public Transport, Situations...), this is not the plaform for app junkies anymore. Sad to say, even if I get the 808 (and it will be difficult here in the US; grey market/no warranty) it will likely be my last Symbian^H^H^H^H^H^H^H Nokia phone. :(
3. hamids9898 posted on 16 Apr 2012, 12:30 1 0
Free for phonearena Right . Have you got mobile for a review
4. windowsRocks posted on 16 Apr 2012, 12:43 5 2
Does Nokia Still Believe that Symbian Can Catch Smartphone Market?
6. Snoobab posted on 16 Apr 2012, 13:48 4 3
No, but that camera and rich recording technology sure can!!!
12. -RVM- posted on 16 Apr 2012, 14:34 8 1
Question is, when "smartphone market" will catch Symbian in terms of functionality and battery effectivity.
5. ron1niro posted on 16 Apr 2012, 13:34 4 0
I will buy this phone, even though i live in the Us where it is not going to launch, i will find a wy to have it in my hands.
7. the_s2 posted on 16 Apr 2012, 13:49 6 1
For all the haters, Belle is not S60v5! The platform has evolved a lot!
8. CharlieAtInfinity posted on 16 Apr 2012, 14:17 2 5
Better buy a proper DSLR camera for that price!! that price-tag is huge!!
10. -RVM- posted on 16 Apr 2012, 14:32 5 3
yeah, because it's great to run around 24/7 with your DSLR camera around the neck....
13. SleepingOz posted on 16 Apr 2012, 17:50 3 0
Although that most of the diehard nokia fanboys have moved to the WP bandwagon, I'm glad to see that there're still some who are and will always defend the nearly dead symbian.
19. chapizzo posted on 17 Apr 2012, 04:36 3 1
Symbian being discontinued by nokia doesn't make it any less functional. Infact, the are still working on it and rolling out more update.
20. -RVM- posted on 17 Apr 2012, 11:18 0 0
I don't think most of nokia fans moved to WP. Many of them still can't live without much more open, battery effective and customizable Symbian (not saying that WP doesn't have it's own strenghts - i have both N8 and Lumia 800 so i can compare).
18. chapizzo posted on 17 Apr 2012, 04:34 1 1
And you can also make calls, listen to music, browse the web. All that on your DSLR camera.
You got to love this baby.
15. -box- posted on 16 Apr 2012, 20:35 2 1
None of my DSLRs (let alone my film SLRs) fit in my pocket, access the internet, or make phone calls.
11. -RVM- posted on 16 Apr 2012, 14:33 7 1
Yea, still one of the most functional and open OS (together with Android), and most battery effective.