Nokia in the pixel-mania: View Pure 808 Nokia smartphone comes with 41 megapixel camera

Symbian - Lost Worlds! At the latest since Nokia had bagged the deal with Microsoft, we knew that there will no longer make things a lot of Symbian - and frankly, no one mourns for the hopelessly outdated OS really. Is now Nokia has today introduced a device with Symbian Belle, which is probably something like the big bang be, with the operating system assigns the elderly - the Nokia 808 Pure View!

The specs read terribly spectacular, with one exception: 1.3 GHz Single Core CPU, 512 MB RAM, 4 inch display with a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels and at least 16 GB of internal memory. Said exception is the cam that can come up with that is incredible 41 (!) Megapixels.
Reads the first time is like a typo, but actually is a Nokia Innovation called Pure View, at 7 each pixel can be compiled into a single pixel by oversampling. Nokia recommends that you save a 41-megapixel still photos, for example, as a 5 megapixel image. Brings you a file that still brings with it a decent amount of memory, but also so not a smartphone seen detail. The following figure shows the actual photo above and below it, how far you can zoom in. as:
Have a look at Nokia over, there you are in a gallery presents some of the Nokia 808 Pure View photos created. From the second quarter will be the darling with Carl Zeiss optics to have.

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