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Nokia 808 PureView
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The Good: Good image and video quality; lots of options for shooting photos; lossless digital zoom.

The Bad: Outdated operating system; web browser is barely usable; no autocorrect.

The Bottom Line: Phone let down by the operating system.

Editor's Review
By Chong Jinn Xiung, The Star/ANN | 31-08-2012

NOKIA made a splash during this year's Mobile World Congress in February when it announced the Nokia 808 PureView, a phone with a whopping 41-megapixel sensor.

Even most cameras don't have a sensor with such a high megapxiel count which made us wonder if it is just a gimmick or if the PureView is the smartphone shutterbugs have been waiting for.


The PureView looks nothing like a modern slim smartphone but this can't be helped because the bulk is mainly due to the camera's protruding f/2.4 Carl Zeiss lens.

It has a solid build quality and feels good in the hand. The only problem is that the back is too smooth and doesn't give a good enough grip.

The 4in screen is protected by Gorilla Glass but it has a noticeably low resolution of 360 x 640-pixels which is surprising by today's standards. When looked at closely images and text tend to look pixelated.

Despite this the screen isn't all that bad - it has decent viewing angles and the colours are quite vibrant and bright.


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