It has been a while since we’ve seen any major reviews of the Nokia 808 PureView (as they all came out pretty close together).
Here is Canadian tech blog, MobileSyrup’s take on the Nokia 808 PureView. Instantly from the URL you can expect praises for the camera. How will the rest of it stack up?
The PureView 808 isn’t going to win any awards for design or software — it’s hefty, clunky and kind of a brick — but it is certainly exciting for what it foreshadows. The next few years will be fought over iterative hardware jumps — quad-core, DDR3, HD — but imaging is an area ripe for innovation. We’ve already seen the beginning of such a revolution with burst mode on the HTC One series and Galaxy S III, and we’re looking forward to what Microsoft comes up with in the next version of Windows Phone.
Is burst mode imaging innovation now? I’m sure Nokia’s been innovating quite a bit on imaging for a while (they just suck so bad at advertising that the world doesn’t know it. Yeah, I’m gonna keep harping on about the poor advertising department until they do something decent again).
Cheers stylinred for the tip.