PureViewClub has kindly put together a collection of stills, to help show us the difference in image quality between some of Nokia’s and Sony’s flagship devices.
Damian Dinning, tweeted yesterday about how he was unimpressed (to say the least) regarding the new camera in the HTC One.
An interesting post has appeared on the official HTC blog, stating that a new sound and camera experience is heading our way in 2013. Is HTC aiming to steal the camera crown from Nokia’s 808 PureView?
Nokia have announced that their 808 PureView phone will be their last phone to use the Symbian operating system.
Join us as we discuss the epic fails of mobile tech in 2012. These are the devices, platforms, apps and features that promised much and delivered little.
Another phone is joining the select club of cloned devices, but in a surprising twist it’s not one that has been very well received by either critics or the public. That’s right, it’s the is-it-a-phone-or-a-camera Nokia 808 PureView.
According to its own website, Samsung is now working on a next-gen 13MP back-illuminated sensor, called S5K3L2, that’s meant to go into phones and tablets sometime next year. The news comes after we have already heard that Samsung has been working on a 12MP sensor (S5K3L1) that’s currently in production for upcoming devices. The question is, will the new sensor be competitive enough in 2013?
We’ve all come to take for granted how easy it is to take a photo or video at any time, thanks to our smartphones having cameras. While it’s amazing that we have this ability, one thing that has been sacrificed for the most part is the actual photo and video quality. In most cases, manufacturers have settled to pumping up the sensor size, neglecting other aspects, such as better lenses, low-lighting functioning, or improved shutter speeds. Fortunately, things begin to change. Smartphone camera tech continues to develop and there are some pretty cool improvements and features in the pipeline. Here…
Reports are saying that carriers and Nokia’s board are becoming restless with WP7, and they are pushing for alternatives to WP7, to slow down the fast decline of the company, and the consumer rejection of WP7 smartphones. It seems that WP7 might have been another critical mistake for Nokia and this time it might be an endgame scenario. I still believe that Nokia made a huge mistake by not adopting Android as their main operating system. I don’t think it was just a decision that Nokia’s board or Elop made, but one that was influenced by the whole culture of…
If there’s ever been a nit to pick with most smartphones, it was usually related with the phone’s camera. In this area, Nokia (regardless of its dwindling market share) has been far ahead of the competition, with the 12MP Carl Zeiss-lensed camera on the Nokia N8 blowing the competition out of the water. Now, the Finnish company managed to raise the bar even higher with the introduction of the Nokia PureView 808 phone, that features an unheard-of 41MP camera! About the Nokia Pureview 808 The Nokia PureView 808 was introduced at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona….