Monday, February 27, 2012

      Today its a little bit difficult when trying to praise Digital Cameras than Mobile cameras. The size and quality of Mobile cameras are increasing day by day with all other features like HD Recording and More

   Nokia has today surprised Observers of Mobile World Congress by Unveiling The 808 Pureview : A Symbian Mobile Device 41 Megapixel Camera. As with other Nokia phones it uses Karl Zeiss lenses, but it features a sensor with an incredible 41 Megapixel capacity, either 7728×5354 in 16:9 format, or 7152×5368 in 4:3.

     This smartphone runs on Symbian Belle OS and 1.3 GHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4-inch AMOLED display, and a curved plate of Gorilla Glass to cover it up. 

 The phone uses a technique that Nokia calls over-sampling, to produce crystal clear, noiseless images with an effective resolution of 5 megapixels. The camera uses a dedicated graphics processing unit to combine algorithmically groups of up to seven pixels to produce one “super” pixel. The GPU processes one billion pixels a second. In addition the massive over-sampling allows the camera to digitally zoom up to 4x with no loss in quality. Shooting video in full 1080p video allows for 3x zoom, or up to 6x zoom if shot in 720p definition. 

        It will be more surprising if the device was running on Windows Phone OS instead of Symbian Belle in old Symbian Series. And this device will be useful for who loves Mobile Photography. This Device is slated to launch in Europe in Q2 for around $663 (€450).