Nokia is in the centre of focus right now with rumours surrounding about the much awaited Nokia N8 successor, Nokia 803. Nokia N8 was released way back in the year 2010. Nokia 803 is considered to be the last device for which Nokia is expected to make use of Symbian Belle operating system.
Nokia N8 featured a 12 mega pixel camera capable of providing the users with superior image quality. The device also featured a Xenon Flash. Compared to the earlier rumours that the Nokia 803 smartphone will feature a 3.5 inches of display, it is now said to be no longer 3.5 inches, instead it is expected to be of 4 inches in display size. Other expected features include NFC as well as HDMI output.
Expected Features of Nokia 803:
4 inches of screen display size
Largest Camera Sensor ever in the mobile phone history
It is also expected that Nokia 803 will make use of microSIM cards as a replacement for the normal sized SIMs. But as per the sources are concerned, the best information available as of now is the availability date of the device. Nokia 803 is expected to be available across the international market for purchase by the month of May of this year.
As far as the camera specification of Nokia 803 is concerned, there is not much of the information available as of now. But rumours suggest that Nokia 803 will arrive with one of the largest camera sensor ever seen on a mobile phone. Once released, it is sure to be one of the most sought after devices across the world.
By making use of Symbian Belle operating system, it is for sure that the device will be quite easy to make use of, but not that much joyful compared to the android as well as iOS operating systems that comes with improved functionalities and customizations. Several available apps also makes android as well as iOS quite unique compared to that of Symbian Belle operating system.
Nokia is expected to announce the launch of the device in the Mobile World Congress that is expected to take place later this month which increase the speculation that the device will officially reach the retail stores three months from now. It is quite better compared to the fact that Nokia N8 reached the retail stores half a year later since it was announced on April of 2010.
Keeping aside the functionalities that come with Nokia 803, if you think you are the user who is more interested in taking images and appreciates the image quality of that particular device then you probably know where to look at!