Yeah that's right. Stop showing off your stupid Samsung/HTC or Apple 8MP Camera phones, Nokia is coming back to blow your heads off with 41MP camera sensors in their new line of mobile phones.
I have noticed one thing that Nokia still is No. 1 mobile seller in India and many other asian and middle east countries. Now Nokia is betting on its new line of smartphones that will attrack photographers and amatures interested in photography.
Nokia has introduced the all new Nokia 808 PureView which will define the future of mobile optics. A 41 MP camera sensor & Carl Zeiss lens for capturing even the tiniest of details. The phone can record videos in 1080p resolution.
Nokia 808 PureView will run on Nokia's new Belle operating system and will have HDMI output plus it will be DLNA compliant. So you can connect your Nokia 808 to your DLNA compliant television without any wires and watch your mobile videos on your television sets. It also provides NFC for mobile wallet and other near field communications
The phone comes with 16GB of built-in memory, expandable to 32GB or 48GB.
Nokia 808 PureView also comes with Internal GPS receiver (A-GPS) and a 3D Accelerometer for 3D mobile gaming and navigation.
The real technology behind this 41 MP camera is called "oversampling". Nokia is using this technology to combine up to seven pixels into one 'pure' pixel and eliminates the visual noise. On top of that, you can zoom in up to 3X without losing any of the detail in your shot — and there’s no artificially created pixels in your picture, either," Nokia said. The 808 PureView also claims the ability to record audio in videos shot on the phone at CD-like quality.
The 808 PureView has a 4-inch screen withlow 640 x 360 resolution512-megabytes of RAM and a 1.3-gigahertz single-core processor. More detailed Specifications for Nokia 808 PureView can be found here
What do you think? Would 41MP camera technology save Nokia and its Symbian Belle?