Not necessarily 41 megapixel but Nokia is working on more devices with the Pureview technology for the future.
The Nokia 808 PureView was arguably the best phone to be unboxed at last year’s Mobile World Congress tradeshow. Except it wasn’t, because the handset was running the legacy Symbian OS.
Nokia has officially pulled back the curtain on the Lumia 928 Windows Phone 8 device, which advertises its PureView camera as its marquee feature.
AT&T has just announced plans to carry Nokia’s new flagship Windows Phone 8 devices, the Lumia 920 and the Lumia 820.
Wireless charging, PureView technology, 1 GB RAM are some of the highlights of the next gen Lumia smartphones.
In a major faux pas, Nokia showed a video during the launch of Lumia 920 saying it was taken using the smartphone.
While the Galaxy Camera is straightaway a better camera, will it be able to beat the Nokia PureView with a 41 megapixel image sensor?
Nokia has big plans related to the Microsoft Windows Phone platform based smartphones for this year.
Symbian is now officially dead, Nokia confirmed today.
Nokia is going big on the camera features in its new 925 and 928 Lumia devices, continuing on in its PureView legacy first introduced back when it was still making Symbian devices.