Nokia 808 PureView Smartphone with 41 MP Cam Poses for a Photo Shoot

April 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What do you call a gadget with some 20-plus megapixel image sensor on it? We call it a camera, but Nokia calls it a smartphone.

Time and again, we have discussed the irony of Nokia 808 PureView smartphone, but now, to stop the sceptics like us, Nokia has just released a studio shoot of this new rig which is already famous for its massive 41 megapixel camera on it.

The Carl Zeiss optics of the camera works in line with the oversampling technology specially used in Pure View by Nokia. Wonder what oversampling is? It’s a simple way to reduce the usual noise found in smartphone cam pictures.

Nokia 808 PureView can take typical 5 megapixel sized shots and then combine them into a ‘pure’ pixel. This oversampling can combine up to 7 pixels into one ‘pure’ pixel. That means even if you zoom in 3X, you find no pixilation, no noise at all.

To be frank, that is no end of bragging for Nokia 808 PureView. The Finnish phone maker claims that 808 PureView is the first video recording device which avoids audio distortions even at audio levels which cannot be heard by humans.

It is a solid pack which brings along high definition Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 channel surround sound system to give you the quality audio experience. The 5.1 surround experience is not limited to HD TVs or such gadgets, but the in-built Dolby Headphone technology, makes it personal to you.

To make a recap on the specs, Nokia 808 PureView carries a 1.3 GHz processor, 16 GB storage space with a microSD slot that can support up to 32 GB, but above all don’t forget the beauty of the massive rear cam. Now, have a closer look at 808 PureView photo shoot here.

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