The article will provide a reader with information and guidance on Nokia PureView 808’s features and specifications.
- 1.3GHz Processor
- Dedicated Graphics Processor with Open GL 2.0
- Nokia Belle Operating System
- 4.0 inch ClearBlack AMOLED Gorilla Glass Touchscreen Display
- 640 x 360 Pixels Screen Resolution
- Stereo FM radio
- Multi Format Video/Audio Player
- 41 Megapixels Camera
- Highest Performance Carl Zeiss Optics
- 1080p HD Video Recording @ 30 fps
- 16GB Internal Storage
- Expandable Up to 32GB
- HDMI, DLNA
- 3G: Up to 14.4 Mbps, HSUPA Up to 5.76 Mbps
- NFC Support
- Bluetooth v3.0
- Micro USB v2.0
- Social Networking Apps Facebook, Twitter
- 3.5 mm Audio Jack
- with TV-Out
- 2G Talk Time: Up to 11 Hours
- 2G Standby Time: Up to 465 Hours
- Dimensiosn:123.9 x 60.2 x 13.9 mm
- Weight: 169 gms
Nokia 808 PureView is a smartphone the memory storage of which can’t be too big the company had a problem of not bringing the largest picture but the best quality. A user can get the quality of the full sensor even taking snaps at default shooting mode (5MP).
The next advantage is the lossless zoom, which allows to zoom without losing quality:
- 3x is the default zoom mode
- 4x lossless zoom at 1080p
- 6x at 720p
- 12x when recording videos at nHD (640×360)
The Nokia 808 PureView is the combination of a large sensor allowing long focal length and large f/2.4 aperture. At a maximum when a user can zoom in, a user can get faster shutter speeds and reduced noise. Nokia promises to surprise its fans at MWC 2012 not only with the launch of the newest Lumia lineup models, but also with the Nokia 808 PureView. The camera of the upcoming smartphone is described by terms like pure detail, pure depth and pure definition. The camera will definitely record 1080p videos.
Nokia has a 41 megapixel camera-phone – designed so phone users can zoom in without a bulky lens. The 41-megapixel sensor is around three times more powerful than the ones in any existing handsets. Nokia says the technology is designed so users can zoom in quickly and easily without losing picture quality. Most smartphones use digital zoom functions where the picture quality drops when users zoom in, in practice, the zoom functions are rarely used.
PureView’s huge 41-megapixel sensor lets users zoom in up to six times simply by selecting an area – and because of the super-high resolution of the PureView, images still come out at five megapixels, the same as many normal smartphone cameras. With video, users can zoom in up to four times and still shoot in 1080p Full HD.
When a user zooms with the Nokia 808 PureView, in effect a user is selecting the relevant area of the sensor. With no zoom, a user can simply use the full area of the sensor.
After reading the article a user would have gained knowledge and understanding about Nokia 808 PureView.