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

Posted By: Rahul

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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