All the same.Telephone must be NOKIA.Then it works.....and without Android.Never Android.Can´t nobody design phone where you can choose own software?Samsung and google are too much running for money.
Wellcome clear NOKIA best phone still working properly.
Abdul, 11 Sep 2018Imagine the horror for trypophobia customers.That applies only for irregular patterns.
This is perfectly symetrical.
someone, 07 Sep 2018single camera is outdated. At least need second telephoto lens which is so useful not for thos... moreok then some one , but how about google pixel tech-knowledge . they used only singe camera . but its awesome , portrait photos are really gorges and dynamic range , its also superb , nokia just cheating form people , am i right or not ?
Ash, 11 Sep 2018Photoshopped... Look at those cameras all born to the same Daddycould be. but the cameras have varying amount of shadows. could well be real!
Biz, 07 Sep 2018"So the camera isn't good enough for you, YOU need to help it by 3rd party sofware and spend e... moreYou completely missed the point, which is that the photos Allan takes aren't even good enough for him without extra processing, which he mentioned in his first comment as well. This is not a favourable argument for the 808 PV.
And to your comment about processing, the whole point of point and shoot is to shoot straight to jpeg and be fine with the result. Post processing jpegs is not in any way ideal. For shooting RAW, which many smartphones can btw, it's better to use a better device (mirrorless or DSLR [if you're old]) and spent time on those images who has a much better starting point.
However if ones budget does not allow for a mirrorless/DSLR, but one does have computer and software for processing RAW and a burning passion for photography, then I understand shooting in RAW on smartphone and spending time perfecting them in post. That said one can get decent mirrorless/DLSR at the price of a smartphone, so I see it as a bit difficult to justify still.
bliblin, 07 Sep 2018"as I look at the complete picture on no higher resolution than about 8MP (4K) and while I can... moreThey would, but the performance othwerwise isn't there. Had it been then sure :-)
My trusty Sony A6000 will remain my primary shooter until I either go A7 or A6500. But I genuinely do hope that soon I won't need a separate camera, and can only use my phone. Very difficult when mostly shooting in low light and very moving objects.
GTK DONALD, 07 Sep 2018what a shame , why smart phones doing this . why they cant use single camera for phone , its l... moreHave you tried using those smartphones with dual or triple cameras? Try them so your question will be answered. Even Sony is joining the party with their own model with dual cam set-up.
TLDR: - I really wish they can create 'EVERYTHING IN FOCUS' photos instead of fake DSLR type shallow depth photos. 99.999% chance hmd will try to copy the capabilities of iphones. you can not beat iphones in their own games
i think you can call me a true nokia fanboy(don't hate i believe every company deserves fare chance) . And I think HMD can never take place of the olden nokia unless they have a bleeding edge camera smartphone.I really wish they took the rights to the pureview algorithms(ip) with the trademark. That said,
I used the nokia mixradio streaming service app on windows phone in 2012-13 in which they used the photo of artists in background of music player,the artists faces were always in focus even if they were they were standing at distances impossible to be all in focus in one single snap with one camera. may be done by a multi camera setup or recording all the data while camera very quickly shifts though focus. or may be though a pin hole type camera which can focus on everything regardless of the distance(studied in middle school). By no means i am a camera expert. I wish they implement EVERYTHING IN FOCUS approach though this five camera setup,
but of course one will(should) be a wide angle camera
someone, 07 Sep 2018samsung flagships are already using dual cameras since note 8. Wake up from sleep before commenting.The Note is not their flagship smartphone, the S9 is, and guess what? It has a single camera. If you want to state that I'm wrong regarding the flagship status, read the first paragraph on Samsung's own website: https://www.samsung.com/hk_en/news/product/galaxy-s9-and-s9-plus-camera-revolution/
This is ridiculous and probably not the real device. Also notice that all of the cameras look the same.
Multi-lens cameras are the future, software enhancement is the way forward as the L16 camera has shown us. It's early days but the tech is very promising.
Rex.T, 08 Sep 2018It's a photoshopped image.. Check the camera lens light reflection. I was about to agree with you but on closer inspection I noticed that each reflection is slightly different.