Last week Nokia presented the new Nokia PureView 808, a very promising smartphone at the Mobile World Congress.
The features for the phone are:
- 1.3GHz single-core processor
- 41 megapixel high-resolution sensor with Carl Zeiss optics
- Xenon flash
- Full HD 1080p video recording
- 512MB of RAM
- Symbian Belle OS
- 4-inch nHD resolution ClearBlack touchscreen
- 16GB included storage,
- HSDPA and WiFi connectivity
- 1400mAh battery
The Nokia PureView 808 has a rear-facing shooter features a feature called “over sampling”, which condenses 7 pixels of information are into 1 pixel. This feature lets to extremely-high levels of detail, and lets users to capture photos at any size they like; from 5 or 38 megapixels.
Last week Jo Harlow, Executive Vice President of Nokia Smart Devices, said “Nokia PureView imaging technology sets a new industry standard by whatever measure you use. People will inevitably focus on the 41 megapixel sensor, but the real quantum leap is how the pixels are used to deliver breath-taking image quality at any resolution and the freedom it provides to choose the story you want to tell.”
Nokia confirmed that the PureView technology is going to have the Windows Mobile platform. This will include the Lumia Windows Phone generation.
Jo Harlow Nokia’s VP of Marketing, said to Aamulehti a Finnish newspaper that its PureView technology is heading to the Windows Phone mobile platform as a part of the Lumia series of smartphones. Harlow said that “it will not take very long” For the PureView technology to come to its Windows Phone devices, he didn’t specify timeframe.
PureView technology, Windows Mobile, more powerful cameras are now something that we are expecting on this new generation of smartphones, maybe some users will change their actual smartphones to a new Nokia.
With the availability of taking better and enhanced pictures, along with a new OS Nokia is growing their technology and opening their product line to a new niche.