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Very first videoreport made with the Nokia 808 at MWC now on Vimeo

Ok, it’s an older videoreport by now, but as far as I know, it’s the very first ever made with the Nokia 808 PureView, and now you can see it on Vimeo as well. The second day at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona – february 28 this year – I “discovered” it didn’t only offer

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First Full HD videoreport with Nokia 808 PureView

During the Mobile World Congress this year, I had the chance to make a short video on the Nokia stand using the 808 PureView and even got the videofile from the Nokia employee. I was especially curious about the sound quality. It was my second day at the very busy stand, and I wanted to

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Nokia wins important award at MWC

Nokia has won the award for “Best New Mobile Handset, Device or Tablet at Mobile World Congress 2012” for the Nokia 808 PureView. A panel of leading journalists and analysts honored Nokia with this prestigious award.

 
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Nokia 808 PureView technique explained

Yesterday Nokia surprised the Mobile World Congress with an astonishing new camera phone: the 808 Pureview. It has a whopping 41MP sensor behind the Carl Zeiss lense, and turn the pictures you make into 3MP, 5MP of 8MP – your choice. But how does this work? The technology used is called “picture oversampling”: combining the

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Nokia announces 808 PureView: 41 MegaPixel!

On February 27th, Nokia completely surprises the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, announcing a revolutionary camera phone. The announcement is baffling: the Nokia PureView 808 offers a 41 Megapixel sensor behind the Carl Zeiss lens, promising perfect picture quality. But this device doesn’t make huge pictures you could never send to friends, you can choose

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