Nokia 808 PureView Review

Nokia 808 PureView Review

Ok, someone will say: every part of the Nokia 808 PureView is of lower interest than the camera with so many pixels, but they will wonder if that will mean a quality zoom and a good photo in low light.

The answer is yes because this camera effectively eliminates all the “visual noise” that other cameras on the phone are “prone to”. This means that even with fewer pixels, you get a very high-quality photo. In addition, the camera on the Nokia 808 PureView has a 3x zoom, which does not affect the quality of the photo.

Nokia has prepared the so-called “Creative Shooting Mode” which allows you to take high-resolution photos (about 38MP), which are easily cut, zoomed, and from which, according to the user’s choice, can be made good “picture in picture”. The user chooses the size and size of the image, which is especially important when storing and sending via e-mail.

The Nokia 808 captures up to five times more light, so now there is much less fear that you will be left without a good photo due to low light. For standard daytime shooting, this camera allows for faster shooting, with significant corrections due to camera shake when shooting.

And the video option is no worse. This camera allows you to record 1080p video at 30fps and with 4x zoom. How powerful this camera is also shown by the fact that it is capable of processing one billion pixels per second!

If the user wants a higher zoom, and the image quality is not in the foreground, he can opt for 6x zoom at 720p or 12x zoom in HD (640 × 360 resolution). The great video comes with great sound quality.

Not to turn out to be just a camera-phone, a solid Belle operating system with a lot of upgrades that come with it. There are new internet browsers, Nokia maps and the like. The Nokia 808 is able to share surround quality material with any stereo headset using technology downloaded from Dolby.

ClearBlack AMOLED The screen is 4 inches with a bright backlight. The processor is tuned to 1.3GHz and is in charge of running everything smoothly. There is another 16GB of internal memory with the ability to expand up to 32GB with the help of a MicroSD card.

The Nokia 808 PureView is a fairly small and lightweight phone considering everything that can be put into it. It is a shade bigger than the Nokia N8 and weighs an acceptable 169 grams. The battery is able to support up to 6.5 hours of talk time, while in the basic mode it lasts up to 540 hours.

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