Thursday, 21 June 2012

Nokia 808 PureView


Nokia 808 PureView





Nokia mark its contention in best camera phones by introducing 808 PureView. This phone Nokia 808 PureView has more megapixels on its sensor than even some DSLRs. Nokia 808 PureView no dought has the best camera specification on a handset 808's proprietary software takes many of the pixels and turns them into a "superpixel",promisies a "5MP photo of incredible clearty" and can zoom 4Xwithout any loss in quality.





Display:    Corning Gorilla Glass,
                Nokia ClearBlack display
                4 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 
                16M colors(640x360 pixels resolution)

Dimentions: 123.9 x 60.2 x 13.9 mm, 95.5 cc

Weight: 169g

Memory: 16GB internal memory, microSD slot up to 32GB

Conectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, UPnP technology, GPS , NFC , Bluetooth
Camera:     1080p@30fps, lossless digital zoom, LED light
                  Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, Xenon flash
Processor:  1.3 GHz ARM 11

OS: Nokia Belle OS

RAM: 512MB

Sound: Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby headphone enhancement





Nokia 808 Pureview reviews are fasinating. 41-megapixel super smartphone has attracted all who feel camera is the selling point of a smart phone. With a 41-megapixel camera fitted into the body of a smartphone. The incredible tech has taken nearly 5 years in development, and though it is now out in a smartphone, that smartphone is not the Lumia. It is packed instead into a phone called the Pureview 808, a Symbian belle device.While the lens theoretically take pictures of 41 megapixel, user won’t be able to get photos of that size, the largest photo is of 38- megapixel. The technology is less about taking large photos than about taking smaller photos – of 5- megapixel, or 8- megapixel – and putting in it the quality of a 41- megapixel photo. The technology takes data from 7 nearby pixels to enhance the resolution of each pixel. Thus it is a sort of 7-in-1 technology. The photos meanwhile are incredibly good. But only when you take them in 5 or 8 megapixels. The larger is merely an option, and expect the photo quality to go for a toss the moment you enlarge it to that size.





It made sense to develop a camera of this calibre and position it on a Symbian device, seeing as there are quite a few limitations with the Windows platform. The PureView 808’s camera technology is perfect, so naturally, the company would have been testing it on a Symbian platform and simply updated the device to the latest iteration of the OS i.e. Belle. With the 1.3GHz processor at its core and a separate GPU processor to run graphics and stabilize the camera, the handset doesn’t feel too slow in overall functioning.While Nokia has repeatedly insisted that it would continue to support Symbian, and has touted its advances, it is quite clear that Symbian is a dated technology that cannot hold its own against the big three, iOS, Android and Windows Phone Mango.

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