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Nokia Pureview 808 Announced With 41 Megapixels

Nokia released a mobile phone with a 41 megapixel sensor.

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PureView 808
Nokia PureView 808

Nokia has announced what it is calling a breakthrough in photography, with a 41 megapixel sensor, it uses pixel binning to create higher quality images, which, it says have less noise and greater detail, with better low light performance. Taking photos at lower resolution also enables loss-less zoom, as well as up to 4x zoom while recording Full HD video. Visit Nokia's website for more information on how the technology works.

Key Features

  • 41 Megapixel sensor
  • f/2.4 Carl Zeiss Lens
  • 26mm equivalent (16:9 photos), 28mm equivalent (4:3 photos)
  • 4inch touch-screen
  • Lossless zoom: 3x for stills, 4x for full HD 1080p video
  • Full HD Video recording with stereo sound
  • Optical format: 1/1.2 inch sensor
  • Total number of pixels: 7728 x 5368
  • 1.4 micron pixel size

Nokia PureView 808 Specifications

Front Camera
PixelsNo Data
Max ApertureNo Data
Smartphone Cameras
Smartphone Cameras
    Additional CamerasNo Data
    Max Aperturef/2.4
    35mm equivalent28mm
    Optical ZoomNo Data
    Image Sensor
    Pixels41Mp (Megapixels)
    Pixels (W)7728
    Pixels (H)5368
    Sensor TypeNo Data
    Sensor Size1/1.2 inch
    Sensor Size (width)No Data
    Sensor Size (height)No Data
    Aspect Ratio
    • 4:3
    • 16:9
    LCD Monitor
    LCD Monitor4in
    Screen resolution640x360
    Touch ScreenYes
    Focusing modes
    • Autofocus
    • Face Detection
    • Touch AF
    • Infinity
    Exposure Control
    Shutter speeds shortestNo Data
    Shutter speeds longestNo Data
    ISO sensitivity50 - 1600
    Movie modeYes
    Video Resolution
    • 1920x1080 FullHD
    • 1280x720 HD 720p
    Video FPS30/25/24/15fps
    Stereo SoundYes
    Other Features
    Image StabilisationNo
    USBUSB 2
    Internal Memory16000MB
    Power Source
    Battery TypeBV-4D Lithium-Ion
    Box Contents
    Box ContentsNokia 808 PureView, Nokia Battery BL-4D, Nokia stereo Headset WH-209, Nokia Data Cable CA-190CD, Nokia Charger AC-50, Nokia Wrist Strap Black, Fold-Out Quick Guide, NFC info card

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    mikesavage 17 299 2 England
    27 Feb 2012 8:18PM
    1/1.2 inch sensor? That's massive for a mobile 'phone - much bigger than any zoom compact camera, if it's correct. And all those pixels?!

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    pulsar69 15 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
    27 Feb 2012 9:08PM
    1.4 micron pixel size , thats what you get for cramming 41 million pixeks in , an absolutely garbage low light performance and over the top resolution ...
    joshwa Plus
    8 886 United Kingdom
    28 Feb 2012 7:19AM

    Quote:1.4 micron pixel size , thats what you get for cramming 41 million pixeks in , an absolutely garbage low light performance and over the top resolution ...

    Have you looked at the sample photos?
    chris_c1 10 10 United Kingdom
    30 May 2012 7:58PM
    think i be better off getting this phone it take better photos than the d800 Grin
    paulashby 10 10 1 United Kingdom
    21 Jan 2014 6:51PM
    It takes better night shots than my 5D mk2

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