While we’re all waiting for Nokia’s 41 megapixel PureView technology to make its way to a Windows Phone, the Symbian-based 808 PureView is just around the corner. It won’t be making its way to the United States, but those in Europe and other far flung places around the globe will be treated to the handset.
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2 Apr 2012
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On October 17, HTC rolled out the J Butterfly smartphone, a behemoth of a handset with a stunning 5-inch display and excellent hardware to round it out. That handset was a Japan-only release, with the device making its way to the United States as the Droid DNA. Now users in China will be able to Read The Full StoryRead similar
This week The Guardian is tipping the world from one of their anonymous sources that Nokia may well be bringing their full-on Nokia 808 PureView 41 megapixel sensor to a set of standard smartphones in 2013. This tip comes from “sources close to the Finnish handset maker” and is indeed appearing to us to be Read The Full StoryRead similar
Nokia has officially pulled down the shutters on Symbian, confirming that the Nokia 808 PureView would be the last device from the company to run the little-loved platform. The news, buried in Nokia’s Q4 2012 financial report this morning, painted Symbian as the lingering remnants of the Finnish firm’s transition over to Windows Phone, with the Read The Full StoryRead similar