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Detailed feature and specs of 808 pure view :) Pure view teaser video had actual 808 in action.

So friends the ultimate camera phone successor to Legendary N8 has been revealed and as predicted by us in earlier articles, it has huge jump in mega pixels, huge sensor and 1080 P video recording with 4X losless zoom. It has been also revealed that the Teaser video revealed before MWC actually had 808 pure view in action. So come may and I got my next phone.

For more on the specs and feature of 808 pure view read below.

Main features and specs:

  • 41-megapixel camera equipped with Carl Zeiss optics.
  • Xenon flash and LED flash for video
  • Nokia’s exclusive pixel over-sampling technology to ensure no loss of detail when zooming in on images.
  • f2.4 aperture camera that captures up to five times as much light as a conventional zoom lens camera.
  • Latest improved Nokia browser and Nokia Maps experience, marking the Nokia 808 PureView as the flagship Nokia Belle camera phone.
  • four-inch ClearBlack AMOLED Gorilla Glass display
  • 123.9 x 60.2 x 13.9mm
  • 169 grams
  • 1.3GHz processor and a 16GB of internal memory
  • Support for MicroSD cards up to 48GB
  • The video camera shoots full HD 1080p footage at 30 frames per second with up to 4X lossless zoom
  • Nokia-exclusive Dolby technology transforms any sound into true surround sound audio.
  •  Talk time over 3G of 6.5 hours and a standby time of up to 540 hours.

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  • Everett Vellutini

    Seven years ago, the camera-phone hardly registered. Indeed, on 17 June 2003, some idiot wrote in the Guardian that the low take-up of those newfangled 3G phones with their built-in cameras, launched two months previously, could be ascribed to the fact that “it’s not immediately clear what they’re for, and that mystery is not sufficiently seductive to make many of us shell out”. The writer all but argued that camera-phones were destined for the technological knacker’s yard, like Sinclair C5s, the Securi-Gnome and NiteMates slippers with their built-in headlights (all real products). With the benefit of hindsight, let me admit what a bonehead I was to write that.”

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