AnonD-21350, 27 Feb 2012You know it has the same AMOLED Display as E7, and let me tell you something, that 184PPI is l... moreE7 has a gorgeous clear black display.
To those who dont belive its 41 Mp even engadget has videoa out now with hands on experiance.Low level light photography is off the wall with the image disposing of all the noise pixels leaving a image worthy of some thing invented by NASA.
[deleted post]GSM arena is NOT wrong, the phone is actually going to be 41 mega pixels...google it
[deleted post]Make some research before criticising. It has a 41mp sensor and can capture stills in up to 36mp. That's a huge leap forward for a camera phone and that's why people are in disbelief, they probably expected something like 14mp or 16. But this is a really good surprise.
41 Megapixels is NOT a mistake!!! This phone is actually going to be coming out with those specs. That's going to be the killer apps for this phone from Nokia!
may be 14 megapixel must be mistakened huh'' 41 megapixel ooooo amazed and curious!!!
Scoop, 27 Feb 2012184 PPI?????? Not happening!You know it has the same AMOLED Display as E7, and let me tell you something, that 184PPI is looking better than N9s 251PPIs. Im serious I am not sure how that is possible, but I am an owner of both devices, N9 and E7 and that is the FACT!!! N9 has some weird extra pixles, I am not sure if that is software pixles, but it has some readness color to them... It looks really not that good compare to PURE E7 perfect SCREEN!
I guess you really need to have a perfect 20/20 vision to tell the difference, Thanks to God I do have perfect vision and I can tell you that E7 screen looks better and clearer than N9 251PPI!
Foren, 27 Feb 2012No, its not N8 daddy,N8 is daddy of 808 , because Sons are better than their parents :) And lo... moreyou are right man :),,,,but i am happy to see nokia again in comptition...i am very excited!!!!
AnonD-1792, 27 Feb 2012Woah, I think this phone will rock the Cameraphone market, but a 41 MP camera with 1.3 GHz ARM... moreThis phone is telling the truth. The fact is that most phone companies made us believe that you need dual cores to be able to capture video in full HD (1080p). How come that Nokia came up with a phone in 2012 that is able to capture full HD and snap a whopping ~ 38 MPx photo with just a single core 1.3Ghz processor. It doesn't make sense because we actually don't know the truth.