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Nokia 808 Pureview
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Nokia 808 Pureview

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Nokia 808 Pureview: Nokia Pureview from the Best Camera Phone Yet

19 November 2012
  • Excerpt: The Nokia 808 Pureview is simply the best camera-phone we’ve seen so far. Its more capable than many dedicated cameras and is something to look at if you’re serious about high-quality photos on the go.
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Nokia PureView 808 Review

13 November 2012
  • Summary: Back in the good old days when Nokia was still at the top of the chain, one of the strongest features of their flagship devices is its camera. Earlier this year, the Finnish company has once again shocked the mobile world with the release of the Nokia PureView 808 with its 41MP image sensor.
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Mister Mo’s Take On The Nokia 808 PureView

31 October 2012
  • Conclusion: The Nokia 808 PureView does all that I need really well. In my earlier first impressions article , I detailed how easy it was to set it up for my daily use in terms of installing required apps.
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First Impressions – Nokia 808 PureView

17 October 2012
  • Conclusion: 48 hours is not long enough to draw firm conclusions about a packed smartphone like the Nokia 808, but I am liking it already, as it hasn’t disappointed yet. It has been a good start with the 808 PureView, but as always I shall put it through its paces over a period of time before drawing my final...
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Audio Performance on Nokia 808 PureView

16 October 2012
  • Conclusion: Does the Nokia 808 PureView meet up to expectations in terms of audio output? Yes. However, if you prefer earphones, please do yourself a favour and go get a decent pair.
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Overall 5

Nokia 808 PureView ( unlocked)

14 October 2012
  • Summary: The Nokia 808 PureView's 41-megapixel camera is a rocket strapped to a rollerskate. It easily trumps all the better smart phone cameras, including the iPhone 4S and the HTC One X. But the Symbian operating system is less easy to use than Android or iOS and has fewer apps.
  • Pros: Excellent camera that's comparable with compacts; Snapper performs well in low light; Good screen readability under direct sunlight; Robust build; MicroSD card slot.
  • Cons: Extremely sluggish web browsing; Symbian OS lags behind the competition; Ovi Store needs more apps; Low-resolution display; Hefty and bulky.
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Overall 4

Review: Nokia 808 PureView

14 October 2012
  • Pros: The camera produces the best images of any smartphone. Low noise in stills and videos. Multiple setting options allowing you to adjust for different subjects and lighting.
  • Cons: Still running on Symbian, though it’s been re-named “Nokia Belle” here in an attempt to escape the shame associated with the Symbian brand. Body is awkwardly shaped and heavy because of the protruding camera. Will set you back 0 — as much as some Micro Four-Thirds systems.
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Nokia 808 PureView

9 October 2012
  • Summary: The Nokia 808 PureView shows that the Finnish company can still produce good quality devices, with good specs and capabilities.
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Overall 8

Nokia 808 PureView Review: In Depth

4 September 2012
  • Conclusion: We have two conclusions, one for current Symbian users and one for anyone coming from an alternate OS. For Symbian users happy with their experiences so far and intent on getting the best camera phone out there, the Nokia 808 PureView will be a dream come true.
  • Pros: Best cameraphone available, Best HD video capture on a phone, Great connectivity options
  • Cons: Dated OS, Low resolution screen, Poor app support
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Nokia 808 PureView — from zero to hero?

2 September 2012
  • Conclusion: The Nokia 808 PureView is not for everyone, mainly due to its high SIM free price and lack of availability through UK operators. For those of you out there that loved your Nokia N8 s with its 12MP camera you’ll love the Nokia 808 PureView with its 41MP camera and increased display and storage...
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