After the mess with the video, Nokia naysayers are out with their pitchforks for the next thing to attack. It’s hard to know who to believe when it appears someone has been exposed as being (intentionally or not) deceitful.
Damian Dinning, Nokia’s imaging Guru states however that the sample pictures on Nokia’s page for the Nokia Lumia 920 are ALL REAL. This is not counter speculation by my own reasoning, but by someone who has been working with these prototypes.
Many times in the past, it was a great thing for people to be in disbelief that clips we’d see were shot on a Nokia phone. Why? Because they were so good, it baffles that this would be something a phone could do, whilst we knew this was all a standard practice for Nokia phones. Now when Nokia stuns, there will be real doubt as to whether they’re crying wolf again with their simulated effects.
I’m not surprised people are losing trust in Nokia again. This is all easy ammunition against Nokia now, regardless of whether PureView 2 actually works as shown in the live demoes in front of other bloggers (and by their own admission, it works and was actually awesome). As I just ranted in the previous post, whether PureView 2 works is lost to them. They’ve got the material they need to dissuade others against PureView by constantly pointing out that simulated video.
Please, just release the phone asap so we see independent bloggers (who will also honestly show what it can do) shut up the naysayers just like how the 808 PureView sealed their whiny ass mouths the last time.
Cheers Jim for the tip.
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