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    Thumbs up Nokia 808 Pureview - 41 megapixels!

    http://europe.nokia.com/pureview
    Nokia has gone mad!
    41 megapixels!

    1/1.2” sensor (2.5 times bigger than the N8)
    1080P
    Continuous Auto + Touch Focus
    micro HDMI out
    4" 640x360 ClearBlack AMOLED display underneath curved Gorilla Glass
    1.3ghz single processor
    512MB ram
    16gb on board + microsd
    pentaband 3g (14.4Mbps)
    1400 mah battery
    Belle with Feature Pack 1
    Call and End Buttons!
    NFC

    450 euro, due in May

    More info to come





    Camera details:
    41 megapixel camera sensor with Nokia Pureview Pro imaging technology and Carl Zeiss optics
    Fullscreen 16:9 viewfinder with easy on-screen touch controls
    Xenon flash with operating range up to 3.5 m depending on conditions. Automatic fill-flash
    Focal length: 8.02 mm (35 mm equivalent focal length -26 mm, 16:9 / 28 mm, 4:3)
    Auto focus and touch to focus
    Focus modes: Hyperfocal, Macro, Infinity and Auto
    Focus range: 15 cm ~ infinity
    Macro focus 15-50 cm
    F number/aperture: F2.4
    Supported aspect ratios and resolutions
    True 16:9 (2 MP, 5 MP [Default], 8 MP, 41 MP)
    4:3 (3 MP, 5 MP, 8 MP, 41 MP)
    Three shooting modes: Auto, Scenes, Creative
    Face detection software
    Launch camera from lock with full press of capture key

    Video details:
    41 MP sensor with PureView Pro imaging technology and Carl Zeiss optics
    Video resolutions: Full HD (1920x1080) 30fps [Default], HD (1280x720) 30fps, nHD (640x360) 30fps
    Slide Zoom: 4x1080p [Default], 6x 720p, 12x360p
    Frame rates supported: 15, 24, 25, 30fps
    Stereo High Amplitude Audio Capture (HAAC)
    LED for video recording
    Video encoding: H264 High Profile Level 4.0, H263 / audio: 128 kbps, 48 kHz
    Three shooting modes: Auto, Scenes, Creative
    Integrated video editor for trimming video
    Last edited by Dr Tran; 02-27-2012 at 01:25 PM.

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    Camera concept is interesting but damn that's an ugly phone. Interested to see dinning talk about this, if he was involved.

    Hopefully we see windows phones with this tech later in the year.

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    Superfine 38MP photos are around 10mb


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    does it have front facing camera?
    Can't find confirmation either way.

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    http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/news/...nnounced_e.PHP

    led and xenon, user replaceable battery, stereo mic, "optical" zoom...finally everything we asked for?

    Also, it looks like it will be able to cope with loud music/sounds.
    Captured audio is also significantly improved ('Rich Recording'), even when compared to the output from the digital mikes in the N86 and N8 - here on the 808 PureView with 'Dolby Headphones', effectively recording Dolby Surround Sound through the 808's stereo microphones - and able to reproduce the same via any connected headphones. Impressively,*High Amplitude Audio Capture (HAAC) means that very loud sounds can be intelligently handled, right up to 140dB (way louder than a military jet, way louder than a rock concert!), without distortion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liknsmak View Post
    Camera concept is interesting but damn that's an ugly phone. Interested to see dinning talk about this, if he was involved.

    Hopefully we see windows phones with this tech later in the year.
    It took them 5 years to develop for Symbian, I'd say late 2013 is the earliest we see it for Windows Phone.
    The word 'Pentaband' means '5 Bands', from the Greek word 'pente' meaning '5'. For a phone to be pentaband it has to support 5 bands. If the phone has AWS support, it doesn't automatically mean that it is pentaband.

    Don't send me PMs for questions that can be asked publicly.

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    I hope this will be available in NA. If not I will have to pick one up on my trip to Europe later this year.

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    Doubt it'll come to NA. They're going with a pure Lumia strategy in the US.

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    What a beast of a camera!

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    From some specs apparently it does have a front facing camera, same quality as N8.

    Low points: crappy screen resolution, single core, low ram, ugly design, small battery

    high points: everything related to the camera including a flash that is twice as powerful as the n8's. Also the GPU and tierce processor that this has for handling the camera functions should be really stout negating the need for high ram and dual or more cores. The camera can be activated by pressing the camera button even when locked and it will take under 1second to be ready to grab a picture.

    To me the negatives are really small compared to the pros. The GPU must be a beast! I think the new GPU has twice the memory the old one had so 512 OS 512 for the GPU.
    For someone that doesn’t care about gaming (us symbian guys certainly don’t have many games to pick from anyways), multi core and HD screens are really not a big concern I would say.

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    The camera is great. The rest is a let down. Seriously? Why not match this up with a Harmattan device instead of Symbian.

    What a joke. Nokia you are the imaging king. Please make a flagship soon.
    Nokia N950

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samanosuke View Post
    The camera is great. The rest is a let down. Seriously? Why not match this up with a Harmattan device instead of Symbian.

    What a joke. Nokia you are the imaging king. Please make a flagship soon.
    As much as I like Harmattan I am ok with this running Symbian. I have many Symbian games/apps that I can immediately install on this device. I still maintain that Symbian is nowhere near as dead as some would believe. Harmattan on the other head was DOA. I love my N9 and plan to continue using it for years as something I like to tinker with. I would have rather seen a N950 like device for Harmattan rather than a 808 equivalent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samanosuke View Post
    The camera is great. The rest is a let down. Seriously? Why not match this up with a Harmattan device instead of Symbian.

    What a joke. Nokia you are the imaging king. Please make a flagship soon.
    Harmattan is a dead end, nobody wants to support it and who knows how long it would take for them to implement this in a phone running it.

    Don't get me wrong, I wish it was a harmattan phone, but it'll sell better with symbian.

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    If this phone came out with a quad core, 1gb ram and HD screen AND this rediculous camera, you can bet the price would be near double. Who would buy that?

    Seriously, symbian doesn't need a tone of RAM, with the N8 we cna already have a bunch of apps open all running fine and speed wise it is still very usable. This n808 has twice the clock speed and twice the ram.

    More cores is great for gaming and can help for recource heavy tasks like HD video taking and such but
    -symbian has no games
    -n808 off loads all the tuff video stuff to it's high end GPU.

    Apps make the phone and what apps are really programed to take advantge of a bunch of cores?

    Clearly this phone isn't for everyone, or even most hehe. I think it caters perfectly to the crowd it is amaing for. My only really big dissapointement is the small battery, 2000mah or more would have been great.

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    There are some cool accessories for the 808 Pureview:
    This case comes with a lens cover.
    http://europe.nokia.com/find-product...-1todtmtbc878a

    Nokia is also selling a tripod mount
    http://europe.nokia.com/find-product...3-tripod-mount

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