Mohan, 03 Oct 2012 My problems after the update (808) - No exit option in camera . - No front came... moreAlso Sattellite view of the Map which is very very interesting is not available. In N82 each building can be downloaded and you can see each buliding as you drive along. N97 and 808 do not support. In a jiffy my friend down loaded whole city buildings through google for mini 97. As the new phones are coming old and good features are dropped. Very Frustrating that Battery is of poor Quality. Standby is very weak. I really wonder is there any front camera. All the Menu systems are scattered and there is no continuity between earlier phones and current phones. Nokia has a wonderful way of giving best phone and trapping and disappoints all around including poor audio for Calls and clarity
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2012Yes I like your idea. Nokia PureView II and Nokia PureView III will be a great success for Nok... moregreat idea.
Nokia pureview II's specifications should be like this:
1. 4.6" super amoled display with corning gorilla glass
2. 1280*720 display resolution
3. 1.5 GHz dual-core processor
4. Symbian belle os with some more advanced features and functionalities
5. 1GB RAM (minimum)
6. 16GB internal storage
7. Memory expansion upto 64GB
8. Camera is as same as 808 with some improvements if needed
9. Music player must have customizable graphic equalizers with Dolby sound feature
how is it guys? :)
I think it is true supplies of the 808 are running out. I bought mine yesterday here in Thailand and I had a hard time finding one, especially in white. One distributor said he is getting more next week but who really knows if he is just saying that. The shop I bought mine in the owner really had to look around before I made the long drive to his shop.
Amn, 06 Oct 2012Lifetime phone? but I still hope there is Nokia 808 Pureview II which can use manual tuning fo... moreYes I like your idea. Nokia PureView II and Nokia PureView III will be a great success for Nokia (just like GS I, GSII, and GSIII for Samsung).
But again, it's up to Nokia what they're gonna do with their life. Put all eggs in one basket only..??!
Gitty, 08 Oct 2012Check ezone website, black 808=24k, white=29kYes you're right.
Gitty, 08 Oct 2012Check ezone website, black 808=24k, white=29kWhen i checked ezone site, black model for 808 is showing price of 24K but its out of stock.
However white model is in stock and its price is 29K. Strange that black and white model r having difference of 5k, thats a bit wierd. Also this price of 24k is not seen anywhere else.
If someone can confirm if its available for 24k anywhere in India?
This is interesting, iPhone 5 clearly loose :D
Puneet Singh Bajwa, 07 Oct 2012are u sure mate its price has been droped to 24 k ????Check ezone website, black 808=24k, white=29k
Amn, 07 Oct 2012dude, i already done all that while taking that pic..but it keep focusing the grass rather tha... moreDon't use the camera button to capture the picture. Press and hold on the screen the object you want to capture then it will focus on it then it will capture.
steelicon, 07 Oct 20121st method : Position camera 15cm (6") away from subject. Launch Camera. Select Scenes. I... moredude, i already done all that while taking that pic..but it keep focusing the grass rather than that pepper fruit. Maybe that fruit to small and cant be detected by camera, its different if i can manually set focus point. Focusing by touching the screen really difficult for small object because of limited screen size.
I made a test with macro setting, I got very close(15cm) to the flower without zoomming, see what I got! It's look awesome for me. http://www.flickr.com/photos/88145463@N05/8061415740/in/photostream
Amn, 06 Oct 2012Yes i already use macro mode & also tried to zooming using 8MP mode.. it keep failing afte... more1st method : Position camera 15cm (6") away from subject. Launch Camera. Select Scenes. In Scenes, select Close-up. From 15cm (6") away from subject, zoom all the way towards subject. Click and snap the picture.
2nd method: Position camera 15cm (6") away from subject. Launch Camera. Select Creative Mode. In Creative Mode, select PureView, Aspect ratio either 16:9 or 4:3 (the last is my preference), Resolution from 8MP, 5MP, 3MP (4:3), 2MP (16:9), JPEG quality Superfine, Colour tones Normal, Capture mode either Normal or Self-timer 2 seconds. Go back to the screen and long press the screen, choose Close-up. From 15cm (6") away from subject, zoom all the way towards subject. Click and snap the picture.
I hope this helps. If it does, please share this guide to others. Thanks!
Amn, 06 Oct 2012Yes i already use macro mode & also tried to zooming using 8MP mode.. it keep failing afte... moredude try 2 or 3 mp with full zooming and macro mode and don't put the camera very close and you will se