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A 41 megapixel camera on the Nokia Windows Phone?

A 41 megapixel camera on the Nokia Windows Phone?

While Nokia has introduced the professional finish of its Symbian phones, incessant rumors suggest that the Finnish producer plans to liberate a brand new Windows Phone with a great Forty One megapixel digital camera

As per disclosures, Nokia plans to unlock a new range of smartphones, Windows 8 with a Forty One megapixel digicam sensor. This Phone  can be a  deadly blow to the standard camera manufacturers who repeatedly improve gadgets more powerful and advanced so that they are  no longer left behind through the producers of smartphones.

Though the ideas is simplest at the hearsay stage. It Is nonetheless to peer if Nokia provide you with such phones this yr.

Throughout the Mobile World Congress ultimate yr, Nokia had proven PureView 808 smartphone, with a 41 megapixel sensor capable of incredible photographs.

The Finnish firm has launched this Cellphone in a restricted number, but below its own operating machine, Symbian which is now formally buried.




19 Comments to “A 41 megapixel camera on the Nokia Windows Phone?”

  1. I am thinking of buying this camera which is a 10 megapixel camera, and I have a 1GB memory card that I have never used.But,I am worried it won’t hold and take as many pictures on my camera.

  2. Coming out soon? I really want to know

  3. So last November I pre-ordered the Nokia Lumia 920 (I live in the Netherlands). The problem is, that due to Nokia’s supply issues, my order has been delayed time after time and ultimately it has now been delayed to March 13th. Initially I loved the phone, but as it is almost half a year past the announcement presently, I already know everything about it and it doesn’t have the ‘new’ factor anymore. Also, I’m paying the flagship-price for a phone which may shortly not be a flagship anymore (I’m not concerned about that, but I don’t want to pay full price for a phone which is maybe somewhat ‘outdated’). Technology is growing fast, and the era of the 2013 flagship is beginning. A few days ago the HTC One was announced, and I was astonished by the device, maybe even to the extend of my initial excitement about the Lumia 920. Purely spec-wise, the One beats the Lumia in most aspects. I especially found the full HD display extraordinary, because I use my smartphone a lot to watch videos.

    The Lumia 920 does however beat the One in a few aspects. Although I am impressed by the ultrapixels and think HTC is very brave to withdraw from the megapixel war, the Carl Zeiss optics and OIS of the Lumia remain unbeaten (except for maybe the 41 MP pureview sensor 🙂 ). Also I think the Nokia is quite a bit sturdier than the HTC One, which may come in handy because if there’s one thing I don’t want, it is to buy a beautiful phone and then put a case on it.

    The main reason for my choice for the yellow Lumia, is its uniqueness. The yellow unibody and Windows Phone 8 interface are really one of a kind. Moreover Windows Phone 8 is a very smooth and intuitive software that I would love to use. Not to mention the ‘gapless’ HTC One looks absolutely stunning too. The aluminium unibody and edge-to-edge screen are very classy. Android and Sense on the other hand look great too, but not as good as Windows Phone (and I still think they stole the idea of blinkfeed from the live tiles, but it looks good 🙂 ).

    The thing about Android which really appeals to me is the almost unlimited customization it offers. Since I practically use my phone (currently an iPhone, but I’m sick of Apple) as a laptop/tablet, I am intrigued by the capabilities of Android. Surely, Windows phone has Office and OneNote, but it also lack connectivity (for example for downloading PDF’s and videos directly to your phone) and many of these small features that are almost essential if you previously have become used to them, like a rotation lock for using your phone in bed or on the couch, or a good notification center. Maybe they will show up after an update, and it’s not a deal breaker for me, it’s just VERY annoying not to have. Also the app availability is, although it is growing on WP, far better on Android.

    If I will wait for my pre-order Lumia (which may eventually be delayed again…), I might regret letting the HTC One slip, because I could have gotten that ‘true’ flagship for the same price as the Lumia. And no matter how much Windows Phone appeals to me, I don’t want to be frustrated by the lack of functionality in IOS I’m currently suffering from, again, ever. I think Windows Phone is a borderline case here.

    In the same way, if I cancel my order and then order the HTC One (I don’t know what HTC’s reputation is in the area of supply issues, but I assume it should be alright if I pre-order), I might regret getting that stunning yellow beast of a phone.

    Either way I’d regret buying the ‘wrong’ phone very much, so I’d really appreciate your advice on which phone I should buy and why. Thanks in advance 🙂

  4. I don’t need any of those fancy professional models. I want a 7-10 megapixel camera with a good zoom, pretty compact, nice LCD screen, SD memory card compatible. Effects and such would be a bonus, as would included accessories (other than the standard necessities).

    I currently own a 6.1 megapixel Kodak EasyShare Z760. Basically, anything lighter and smaller would be an upgrade, and exactly what I want. Any suggestions?

  5. I have 7.2 megapixel camera, and i was wondering how many pictures will it hold with a 4GB memory card?

  6. I am going to upgrade my phone with a better camera. I was wondering that is a 3.2 megapixel camera better than a 5 megapixel camera? I am also wondering, there isn’t a difference between 3 megapixels and a 3.2 megapixel camera, right? Thanks!

  7. kerrin marz // May 29, 2013 at 03:20 // Reply

    i have this portrait pic taken with a high quality camera phone not one of those cheap cam phones, its good but could you edit a pic so it looks like it was taken with a 8-12 megapixel camera? how would you do that?
    ah ok i dont need to make my pic look any clearer its very sharp when seen under the righ resolution or whatever but i was just curious.

  8. I’ve tried to change the speed. It’s a 10 megapixel camera. It just takes so long to finally click that I miss the shot.

  9. JackReynolds // May 29, 2013 at 03:23 // Reply

    what is the highest megapixel camera i can get in the uk ?, and how much does it cost, where can i get it ?

  10. Harriet W // May 29, 2013 at 03:23 // Reply

    i have a katana and ohn the front it says digital camera and the picture quitly is the same as a 1.3 megapixel camera is there any diffence?

  11. I have a Fuji Finepix S 5600, it’s a 5 megapixel camera…but even on the highest ‘5M F’ setting the photos all come out at about 2.4mg. I need to take some 3mg or higher photos…why won’t my camera do this?

  12. Rassling Fundamentals // May 29, 2013 at 03:25 // Reply

    Also, what number of G’s on a memory card would I need in order to have at least 360-500 pictures on a 4.0 megapixel camera? And what is the average cost for that number of G’s on a memory card?

  13. I want to get my boyfriend a great digital camera for his birthday. He is a really great photographer, but I have NO clue where to find the camera he would like. He wants a 6-8.1 megapixel camera w/ a removable (interchangeable, whatever, I don’t have a clue)lens. Does anyone have any suggestions for a great camera?
    PS yes I know the approximate cost, that isn’t an issue

  14. i have a Kodak 10.2 megapixels camera
    how many pictures will it hold on the camera without a memory card cause my memory card things in the camera not working it is just holding pictures on the camera
    how many will it hold in total?

  15. i have an a835 8.o megapixel digital camera and everytime i try to take pictures it shows “write protect” and underneat theres a red square like its locked or something. it only does this for taking pictures. how do i get ride of it?

  16. Big Banger // May 29, 2013 at 12:19 // Reply

    Video taken with the 3.1 megapixel camera is choppy and blurry. Can I improve the quality by getting a faster SD card or downloading another camera app, or is it a hardware issue with the lower resolution camera?

  17. toysruslover // June 1, 2013 at 04:02 // Reply

    My digital camera is broken so all I have left is my 2 megapixel camera phone(sony ericcson w810i), if I got pictures printed from that would the quality be any good?

  18. fattiemanny // June 3, 2013 at 13:45 // Reply

    Hello. I am about to get a new phone, and I don’t want to lose all of my pictures. I have the env Touch, which is a 3.2 megapixel camera. I need to be able to hold a lot of pictures, I only have about 200 or so now, but on my new phone I’ll be taking tons of pictures. Please help! Thanks.

  19. And which pictures would be bigger/clearer? Pictures from a 1.3 megapixel camera or a picture that’s 640 x 480 pixels big? Thanks!

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