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The 41-Megapixel Glamour--Nokia 808!!

It did it back in Oct 2010 and is doing it again; Nokia has once again taken our eyes towards the, eyes of our smartphones. And this time Nokia has made the back of its phone look much sexier than before!!  In the MWC 2012(Mobile World Congress) Nokia was successful in turning the heads of the people towards their Nokia 808, which lured the public with its voluptuous and sensual back, on which it flaunted its 41-Megapixel sensor.  

In the times where people boast of their 8-Megapixel camera behind their iPhone, Nokia has slaughtered and butchered their ego and markets by discharging this masterpiece from their production units. This time it has not only given competition to their regular rivals; Apple, Samsung and LG but also Canon, Sony and Nikon which dominate the DSLR markets.
After the launch of Nokia N8, which boasted the 12-Megapixel lens back in 2010 there was a call for high-end camera phones. Though the N8 could not impressive the public with its camera, Nokia 808 should!

So, what’s in there??

Nokia 808 has a PureView 41-Megapixel Sensor with Carl Zeiss lens. The picture quality is bizarre.  Though maximum resolution is 38-Megapixel, the phone allows you to capture photos only in the standard 5 or 8-Megapixel and then fits it into the quality of a 41-megapixel.
It works like this; it takes the data from the 7 pixels nearby and enhances the resolution of 1 pixel. It’s a 7-in-1 sort of technology. This is how the 41- megapixel helps; when you zoom in, resize and crop images there is practically no data loss. Unlike the regular phones in which, the images do get blurred and pixelated after a zoom.

Nokia 808 is loaded with a 1.3GHz processor and 512 MB RAM, 16GB in-built memory which is expandable to 32GB with the Micro-SD card. It can capture your happy moments in 1080p HD video with 4X – lossless zoom. And you can view yourself with a 0.3-megapixel secondary camera.

It has a HDMI port, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth (3.0). It supports UMTS and HSPDA networks which work with in any region. It has a 4.0 inch AMOLED display with a light and proximity sensor. And you can “never get lost” with its GPS and A-GPS. There is only one catch, the Nokia 808 works on Symbian BelleAs it has repeatedly said, Nokia will continue to support Symbian, and has announced its advances, but it is quite clear that Symbian cannot hold up against the giants; iOS and Android.

This revolutionary device would be launched in the second quarter of 2012 and for gaining a control over it; you would have to let loose a £464.98.

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