The Nokia 808 PureView has a truly mind-blowing camera. The Nokia 808 PureView is not a beast in the hardware department, save for the ridiculous camera that it has on board. Before we get to that though, let’s take a look at the other features it has on board.
It has a 4-inch AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass, a size that a few of us here at GBM love, and it checks in with a measly 360 x 640 pixel resolution. No, the display is not going to win any awards.
The device also comes with a single core, 1.3GHz processor that should get the job done, 512MB of RAM to ensure that it does, 16GB of built-in storage, a microSD card that can take up to a 32GB microSD card, and a 1,440 mAh battery that should supply ample battery life.
Most current smartphones record up to 110db. The Nokia 808 PureView records at volumes four times louder than conventional microphones. The lower bass sounds are also captured without distortion and by combining the upper and lower range together you’re left with the full range of sounds. The result is almost CD-like quality.
Nokia has not yet announced official pricing for the device but it appears that the Nokia 808 PureView will cost around £464.98 when it arrives in the United Kingdom.
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