hey those who r bashing our product and jealous of us pls get off from here.. We r having a fruitful discussion over here....
Hi Friends!! the OS is mentioned as Nokia Belle instead of Symbian belle. Nokia is going to support Symbian with His own name.. Cheers!!!!!
arun t, 28 Feb 2012I would like to point out one small issue to everyone who is astonished by the megapixel size ... moreand who are you to tell?... i rather believe in this site http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dpreview.com%2Fnews%2F2012%2F02%2F27%2FNokia-808-PureView-with-41MP-sensor&h=yAQHgOt0XAQFrr5KZCPVOs_RI8tDeeotfvZMPphZZIskeGA
together with the comments here than your comment... this people here are more knowledgeable of dslr/slr cameras than you do...
Pipo Its not jst a camera its got 1.3Ghtz processor,high pixile density,good rom,java is also upgraded tell me thts not cool,bt i now SAMSUNG will breing smetin beta soon
Take out the camera and what's left? Nothing! BTW, I checked the unprocessed photos from the web. Problems:
-narrow depth of field(focus is good only for some limited interval distances),
-narrow light dynamic range(shadows are black).
-I doubt any HDR photography is possible(needs to combine at least 3, optimum 7, pictures). Just not enough processing power for a single 1.3 GHz core.
The demo pictures are post-processed. Presenting them as "real" pictures is pure lying.
Every is good but if upload
speed more than the specificantion it would be beter.
1080p hd video recording with single core processor enough to show how powerful and flexible symbian os is.
[deleted post]The Nokia N8 is currently ranked as the #1 camera smartphone on the planet, so how you wanna compare an Iphone 4S to the 808 Pureview which supercedes that of the N8?
Get your facts straight Cryptic!
Ok you buy that HTC of yours and i'm gonna buy this Nokia, in few years time well see who needs a new camera and phone wiseass, oh and do some reading on symbian history and it's current free developer development, the 41mpx camera will attract a lot of attention from developers and in time you'll see that the phone will be retarding only a bit faster than the droids, while it's camera quality will only improve(the same happened with all Symbians)
I would like to point out one small issue to everyone who is astonished by the megapixel size of the cam in this phone. it uses a sensor which is microscopic and to all those who compare this cam with a DSLR, I suggest you pleae do some sear about image quality and sensor size.The cheapest digital cameras use 1/3.6" (4x3mm) sensor and the cheapest DSLR uses 18x14mm sensor. By far the top range of image quality in a DSLR IS 36.1 in the recently anounced 36x24mm(full frame)sensor Nikon D800 which costs 3000Euros for the body only.I have seen posts in which people say there are cameras which crossed the 100MP mark, I agree, but being a photographer I can tell you those are medium format cameras like the ones from hasselblad which can produce images of upto 200 MP. My most important point is, rating a camera by a megapixel output is like buying a car only because you liked its color. I am sure that the tiny sensor in the nokia cannot give an image quality of a digital camera with a decent sized sensor, (forget the DSLRs thats impossible to put such a big sensor chip in a phone.). Look at the other features this phone offers and its all inferior to any decent smartphone in the market.bad battery, bad display, bad processor, bad RAM, CPU, and the list goes on. Well done nokia for 41 mp camera which is in the medium format area, and this bold anouncement. am sure nokia can fool people to buy this just as all the digital camera manufactures rate and sell the cameras bases upon the megapixel size. I do have a respext for Carl Zeiss optics ad I can tell you they are the best in the world (if you dont like leica) I think there is no point in having a camera which takes 41mp pictures with a bolted together sensor which turnes ouit to be only 1/1.2'' in size. If i wanted to buy a good cameraphone I would go for the newly anounced HTC oneX with a sensible 8MP cam with an aperture of 2.0. while nokia has an aperture of 2.4 (as i said earlier anone who is into pgotography will realise the difference) Good luck Nokia in getting to the market with another UNDER POWERED SIMBIAN.........
yup..think about galaxy R, having dual core tegra 2 cpu with 1 gb ram and it even lags when you add widegts to your homescreen and do not respond if u use it with wet hands..even the specs were nice but it's performance is like a nokia symbian 9.3 device having 600mhz cpu and 128 mb of Ram. So do not compare any phone with another untill you use it itself.
Excuse me, that should be 'microSD, up to 48 GB' and not just 'microSD, up to 32 GB'. Thank you...
- Great camera
- for photographers very interesting phone
- bad screen resolution (for pictures)
- bad battery
i hope for good price
shut up haters !!dont make any flooding here with your stupid words..get out from this page and come to your android phones page..youre not deserved to told this phone bad if youre did not have it. Are you using this phone now? If not just shut up! Dont compare it with your android phone..get out and comment the bad of your android phone in your android phones page..if you still here i think the moderator gonna ban your IP address.
well, I just can blame those android users who just feel that higher specification = higher performance. it just doesn't work with symbian. Symbain was originally created for effeciency and battery life. This is a great os which doesnot require dual or quad cores to run. Whatever it has, It uses it more effeciently rather than high consumption and wastage of resources. The success of symbian is in itself illustrated that a 41mp camera just requires a single 1.3 ghz single core and perform so well without any problems whatsoever. If this is camera were to operate in android, I think even with 6 cores, it would lag! I blame totally google for this mess in this world of high optimisation and high effeciency which is proudly being demonstrated by nokia. Well surely nokia 808 is my next phone undoubtedly and I again request all those android users to not compare specifications as they are a baseless view of comparing these 2 completely different and in their own way an innovation in the history of mobiles.