MWC 2012 witnesses history in the making with 41 Mega Pixel camera smartphone

    MWC 2012 witnesses history in the making with 41 Mega Pixel camera smartphone

    The Mobile World Congress 2012 which kicked off at Barcelona from yesterday witnessed a new precedent in the form of the Nokia 808 Pure view smartphone. One mind blowing aspect here is it's camera which has a resolution of 41 Mega-Pixel.

    Using the camera, you can “shoot photos” at different resolutions. It lets you shoot at a maximum resolution of 38 megapixels with an aspect ratio of 4:3 & at 34 Mega Pixels in the 16:9 aspect ratio. In addition to this, the external visual distortions are also eliminated thus giving you an enriching multimedia experience. The image processing technique present here handles more than 1 billion pixels per second. You can also record videos with 4X lose-less zoom feature. Thus your multimedia experience is all set to get enhanced this season.

    Not only multimedia, this smartphone is rich in other features as well & has some of the best technical specifications. The Nokia 808 Pureview runs on the Nokia Symbian Belle operating system . It has a 4 inch clear Black AMOLED display screen which is embedded within the Gorilla Glass. The Nokia 808 makes use of a  1.3 GHz processor for all it's activities. Internal memory of 16 GB is offered so that you get a sufficiently large data storage space. Expandable memory of 32 GB is supported .

    In addition to all these, this smartphone has a 1400mAh Li-Ion battery which is capable of providing a talk-time of upto 6.5 hrs & a standby time of 540 hrs. 3G network support is also provided.

    The Nokia 808 will be coming your way by May this year. So grab one as soon as possible & get set to be transported into another world.

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