If there is one smartphone that generated a lot of buzz during the MWC 2012 in Barcelona Spain, it is the Nokia 808 PureView. Not only that, it is still the most talked about and heavily discussed handset today. Why? This is because of its insane and meanest camera sensor. I am talking about 41MP 1 and ½" in size. This truly makes this handset stand out. Let's take a closer look at the Nokia 808 PureView.
Let us now talk about the other things about this cool handset. The phone's design was sacrificed due to its mean camera. It definitely ate a lot of space, but it's nothing compared to what it can actually give you. The handset is on the bulky side by today's standards. Its 14mm thickness makes it stand out, this may be a bad thing if you are a fan of slim phones. But so far, the phone is on the sexy side in terms of overall design. Its actual weight is at 169 grams, this is heavy alright and you will definitely feel the phone bulge inside your pocket.
The phone comes in with 4" ClearBlack Super AMOLED nHD touch screen display. It definitely hits the spot for the majority of mobile phone users. It is borderline, not that big and not that little as well. But you do not have to worry at all, because this is something that you can operate with one hand. The handset's surface is protected by the tough Gorilla Glass.
Let's move on to the phone's hardware. The phone ships with a 1.3GHz ARM11 processor and backed up by 512mb of RAM. You also get 16GB of on-board storage and it comes with microSD card slot too. You will also get a 1,400 mAh battery hidden behind the phone's back cover. You will get as much as 6.5 hours or talk time on 3G or 3 weeks worth of stand-by time.
The Nokia 808 PureView runs on the latest Symbian Iteration the Nokia Belle platform (with Feature Pack 1 enhancements). You will get multiple home screens on this, a variety of widgets, and the famous drop-down menu. Unlike other Nokia handsets this runs smoothly and has gone through tough and serious optimizing.
Last but not the least; let's talk about the phone's 41MP camera. It comes with Xenon flash and LED light. With this, you don't have to worry about taking pictures in low-light situations. This is also capable of capturing videos at 1080p resolution.
When it comes to features, this may be considered as an average smartphone. But it is a different story when it comes to the phone's camera. You won't find anything like this on the market today.
This is what the handset is all about. This is the Nokia 808 PureView.
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