Anonymous, 17 Nov 2019and the phone hardware was from the past . vga screen and no screen protection , dead os at th... moreYou know what's so great about the Nokia 808 though?
Some people have purposely kept their Nokia 808 & still use it for it's camera to this day.
On the other hand, nobody is using a 2012 phone (flagship or otherwise) for it's specs (processor, OS, camera, etc). If anyone is using such a phone, it's only because they're unable to afford an upgrade.
That makes the Nokia 808 special.
For what reason, todays cameras are just abysmal. Look at the raw details that senson captured. Add this processing and sensor to today's hardware and none would come close to it.
Sensor of Siii is not 37mm2. This is almost the size of 1/1.8".
Probably s3 had 8MP 1/5".
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2019and the phone hardware was from the past . vga screen and no screen protection , dead os at th... moreTrue but so are the other phones in the same year... Lol, please make better argument...
Still have it and use for picture taking. No better camera. Say what you want but it's true
and the phone hardware was from the past . vga screen and no screen protection , dead os at the time and outdated cpu .......
Someone needs to try making the 2020 version of the legendary Nokia 808.
I'm glad that the Isocell Bright HMX, IMX586, the future IMX686 and IMX sensors commissioned by Huawei are on their way to go back to where Nokia was when it comes to big sensors. Sensors are what makes pictures so good and the high MP count benefited from the big sensors.
I wish people stop stigmatizing Megapixels like "16MP and above not equal to better camera". The blame is not the high Megapixel count but the freakishly small sensors that was introduced after 808 PureView's release for the sake of Miniaturization.