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Nokia boosts photography withNokia 808 PureView


GLOBAL phone manufacturer, Nokia, has launched in Nigeria, a revolutionary device that will push the frontiers of mobile device functionality to a new level.
The Nokia 808 PureView with a never-before-seen 41mega pixel lens is set to give consumers an exciting new experience when it comes to digital photography on a mobile phone.
Celebrity photographer, Kelechi Amadi-Obi described the device as “a photographer’s delight.” In a photo presentation delivered by him at the launch event, he stated that the Nokia 808 PureView is a combination of a high quality optic with incredible Image censor coupled with professional image control in your pocket. He also showcased an array of amazing photographs taken by the new phone.
Speaking at the launch event, the General Manager, Nokia-West Africa, Mr. Chris Brown said the Nokia 808 boasts of the highest resolution sensor of any mobile phone camera in the history of mobile devices.
He said: “The device has the highest resolution sensor of any current camera of any highly specialised media format equipment.”
Other features of the phone include a 4.1-inch Amoled display clear-back for better viewing experience under direct sunlight and a corning Gorilla Glass on top. The display is a captivating touch screen with 16:9 nHD 640 by 360 pixels resolution and renders in over 16 million colours. The device also supports NFC, which enables one to easily share contents like photos and videos with other compatible devices by simply touching them together.

by the editor of the guardian

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