Nokia 808 Pureview smartphone that features a staggering 41-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics that has stunned the tech world last week, but not the phone itself, because of its an aging Symbian operating system that is almost now a dead platform.
However, now once again Nokia is planning to wow us again with its PureView 808 technology and luckily this time the Company bringing the similar camera technology to Windows Phone operating system.
Nokia’s executive vice president of smart devices, Jo Harlow told the Finnish newspaper that a Windows Phone with PureView camera technology won’t take very long to make, however she wouldn’t say exactly when the Company would release such a device.
On the other hand, the sources familiar with the matter note that a PureView-powered Windows Phone may possibly land once Microsoft releases Windows Phone 8, code-named Apollo.
Jo Harlow further noted that the amazing mobile feat will be available for an entire new audience and it’s been reported that the smartphone will be landing its way to US market as part of the Nokia’s Lumia brand.
Nokia and Microsoft would likely have to work together on a software solution for the camera that uses digital zoom and cropping to shoot sharp pictures even at faraway distances. Even though the camera can capture up to 38-megapixel images, most users prefer to snap smaller pictures using the finer detail as a replacement for optical zoom. Of course, more megapixels do not always indicate a better camera or a better smartphone. What do you say?
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