That’s something awesome, Nokia has done it again, fully revolutionized the camera technology with a 41 Megapixel Camera inbuilt to their latest Symbian belle based smartphone Nokia 808 Pureview. At the Mobile World Congress which is happening at Barcelona, Nokia has just announced the 808 Pureview, a flagship Symbian OS device with a 41 megapixel camera right at the back of a smartphone. The Nokia 808 PureView features a 41-megapixel sensor with Nokia’s highest performance Carl Zeiss optics to date and Nokia’s brand-new pixel oversampling technology.
You have heard it right, there is no typing mistake its a massive 41-megapixel camera on the back of a Symbian smartphone. The oversampling technology also allows for significantly improved low light performance than previous camera phones, Compared to a typical optical zoom camera used at full zoom, the Nokia 808 PureView captures over 5x more light. Under normal lighting conditions, performance is also enhanced, as this combination allows for faster shutter speeds, reducing the effects of camera shake.
It’s not end with the Image/photo shooter, the camera also allows 1080p recording at 30fps, with 4X lossless zoom thanks to the big sensor and powerful image processing which handles over 1 billion pixels per second. At lower resolutions, the capabilities of the zoom increase, with 6X at 720p and up to 12X lossless zoom in nHD (640 x 360) recordings. Of course great video is nothing without great audio. The Nokia 808 PureView is the world’s first video recording device to allow recording without distortion at audio levels beyond the capability of human hearing. This allows you to even in the harshest of environment capture stereo CD-like audio quality.
Heard lots about the camera, Nokia 808 Pureview is also a smartphone, with Symbian latest belle OS. Here rest of the features of the smartphone
- Nokia Symbian Belle OS
- 4-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass (360 x 640 pixel screen)
- 1.3GHz single core processor with 512mb RAM
- 16GB of internal user memory and can be extended up to 32GB using MicroSD cards
- Weighs as little as 169g
- Standby time of up to 540 hours
The device currently will be made available to Europe market from May onwards at a price of 450 euros ( roughly Rs 30,000) and we can accept its availability worldwide and in India on May/June.
So what do you think about this, Revolutionary camera technology from Nokia. Does this smartphone can bring Nokia back into track. Do comment your views on it.