Yes. I really love the Nokia 808 Pureview. It has a massive 41MP camera plus a rich audio recording to boot. Yes. It’s an old device but for me, it is a performer (well somewhat). Too bad it doesn’t have an Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and a low light mode built-in. Anyway, here is a Pentatonix concert in Youtube captured by Nokia 808 Pureview (my concert video recorder of choice). Note that the concert was captured in 360p mode (for long-range zoom). Enjoy! 🙂
After months of tinkering Android, I made it back to Symbian. But one would ask why?
First of all my HTC Butterfly S is dead. Yep. Dead. I dropped it accidentally on the beach and watched it die agonizingly for 6 hours. It did not die after I dropped it on the water, it died after 6 hours.
Second, I do not have any Android phone left and I could not buy another one anytime sooner. As much as I want to buy an Android phone, I can’t. I am short of funds (because I wanted an Android phone which is capable on camera, battery, storage and multimedia *HTC Butterfly S*).
So after spending some time on Android, here are my thoughts:
With 41 megapixel sensor under the hood, Nokia 808 Pureview can zoom at long distances – perfect for spy work! (if you know what I mean). Watch the video and be amazed on what this monster phone can do (even though it runs on what they call outdated Symbian OS).
I have been searching all over the internet to find videos demonstrating the Nokia 808 Pureview monster capabilities. This time I saw this video demosntrating its Rich Recording and awesome 41 megapixel camera for video clarity. Check it out! And oh, by the way, the music is good!