Nokia as a brand has been known to have introduced a number of innovations tbrough tbeir mobile pbones especially in the field of imaging. \:Vho can forget the launch of the iconic Nokia N95 with the first 5.0-megapixcl camera? And now Nokia is again promising a new world of innovation with the launch of a 41-megapixel camera in the Pureview 808. 10uted as the phone with the most advanced imaging capabilities ever, the Pure View 808 boasts of a 41 megapixcl sensor, Carl Zeiss lense and Pure View technolof,')', it is also capable of capturing full HD videos. Weighing 1m grams, the phone exudes standard Nokia quality in hardware and runs on the latest Symbian Belle operating system.
It has 1 GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 48 GIl. As far as the connectivity goes, the phone is loaded with every possi*ble capability you can think of from [-IDMI, DLNA to 3G, WiFi and USB-on-the-go, it has it all. The PureView 808 is a touch*screen phone with a 4.0-ineh c:Iearblack AMOLED Corilla glass display. Apart from the camera, which is the highlight of the phone, other mulitmedia options include the music player and FM radio. It also comes packed with the usual Nokia function*alities like Email, navigation, social networking etc. The Nokia Pure View 808 is expected to hit the Indian market by the end of May and is expected to be priced.