Unleash The Phones’ Nokia 808 PureView Review

| June 29, 2012 | 16 Replies

Hello MNB Readers!

Our friend Clinton Jeff (CJ) over at Unleash The Phones has posted his excellent Nokia 808 PureView review aptly titled “Ye Giant Nokia 808 Pureview Review”. He covers the software and hardware ins and outs of the 808 PureView, a host of UI screenshots and provides picture and video samples from the groundbreaking, make you spit out your coffee, blink twice and check the EXIF data in disbelief, 41MP Sensor on the 808 PureView.  The video samples are excellent, especially demonstrating zoom, low light and Rich Recording in various environments.

The review weighs in at 7800 words and is a worthy read with CJ starting off by saying:

Symbian’s last stand. And the mobile OS is going down fighting. So in the spirit of one of my, Ye Giant Reviews, here’s what I thought, of the last homegrown Nokia.

and goes on to say…

No doubt the camera is the most talked-about feature of the 808, it flat out beats anything on the market, and in good lighting even matches some entry level DSLRs, nevermind point-and-shoots. That zoom alone is worth the price tag. Then there’s the Xenon Flash and that level of detail. Gah.

I don’t want to spoil the review for you so head right over, just know that no amount of throwing money at the screen or sliding your credit card between the keys on the keyboard will make the 808 appear next to you! 🙂

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Source: UnleashThePhones


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