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The Nokia announced the 808 PureView, a smartphone with an astounding 41-megapixel image sensor. The Nokia 808 will be the first smartphone by Nokia to include its new PureView imaging technology, which combines a high-resolution sensor with Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia-developed algorithms. Typically you might want a high megapixel camera in order to take photos that can be printed larger – what makes the Nokia 808 PureView special, however, it what it does with those pixels. The 808 uses a new pixel oversampling technology, that captures seven pixels of information and then condenses those into one single pixel. This reportedly results in an exceptionally sharp photo, and the ability to zoom in on any portion of a 5-megapixel picture without losing clarity in the image. The technology also works on video, so you can shoot a full HD video at 30fps and 4x zoom. Nokia has made some untouched images taken with the camera available online (as a sizable download) so you can get a feel for the quality. In addition to offering a decent lens and large image sensor, the camera also has a few other notable features.
This Nokia GEM, a device that prides itself with being a handset that was turned into an entire touchscreen. Nokia GEM was launched to celebrate 25 years of existence of the Nokia Research Centre and this device is all about the touchscreen it incorporates on its front, back and sides. Senior Design Manager Jarkko Saunamaki is the one who lead the team that created GEM and recently claimed that once you launch an app, for example the camera application, the entire phone will begin to look like a camera. The back is also interactive, so you can pinch to zoom from the rear, without cluttering the front screen. This function also comes in handy when using maps and probably games too, as proved by the Sony PS Vita.
Nokia World is the company’s annual event, where new devices, software solutions and the company’s objectives are unveiled.
During Nokia World 2011 in London, Nokia has announced its first Windows Phone 7-based smartphone in the form of the Lumia 710, both featuring 3.7-inch touchscreen displays and 1.4GHz single-core Qualcomm CPUs. Held October 26-27 in London, this year’s event is particularly significant, due to the release of the first Nokia Windows-based smartphones, expected since Nokia inked a deal with Microsoft in a somewhat surprising move this February. The Lumia 710, comes with a 3.7-inch 800 x 480 ClearBlack TFT display.
The Nokia 950 concept phone, possibly featuring Mango OS and giving us a QWERTY keyboard to interact with. Alberto Pietrobon decided to borrow the Nokia E6 design and implement Windows Phone on it, for a result that easily fits in the touch and type segment. With a single core 1GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, 8/16GB of storage and a 5MP camera.
The handset is lightweight at 93 grams (3.28 oz) and features a 3.2 inch, 360 x 640 resolution capacitive touchscreen along with a 5 megapixel flash-less camera at the back (no front-facing camera) and 2GB of internal memory expandable via a microSD card slot up to 32GB. Positioned as a “low-cost, full-function smartphone“, the freshly announced Nokia 500 is the first Symbian Anna-based device to utilize a 1GHz-clocked CPU. Nokia Maps is pre-installed with free driving and walk navigation, as is every GPS-enabled Nokia cell phone these days.
Gregory Pizzatto created a Nokia tablet, one that comes with a 10 inch display and a 3D camera. What’s a bit too much is the implementation of iOS on it, or at least of an interface that replicates perfectly the Apple platform. This slate comes with a virtual keyboard that’s separate from the main screen. That’s an interesting idea, but the selling point of the Nokia tablet concept is the 3D camera at the back, with dual sensor and requiring 3D glasses to view the content.
Menu available for touch on the main area of the device, with icons that resembles the ones in iOS, the older version even. Back to Gregory’s design, we can see here a Nokia for 2015 with a sliding touch area that serves as the keyboard the device. The sliding part seems to include a virtual QWERTY keyboard.
Nokia phone with a 5 megapixel camera, 3G support and a powerful front camera as well. The icons on the phone use LED lighting in various colors, allowing the user to navigate even when the lighting conditions are unfit. This model keeps the classic answer and end call buttons, plus volume and camera keys.
Nokia N10 touch and type resembles the E6 a bit and comes with a 2.46 inch display and adopts the polycarbonate body of the N9. How about a touch and type Nokia N10 version, that brings not only a touchscreen display, but also a portrait QWERTY keyboard. This could be a brilliant replacement for the E series devices.