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USA: Nokia`s PureView 808, 41 Mpxls camera phone available in a couple of months.
The MWC 2012 Awarded Best New Mobile Handset Nokia PureView 808 phone which sports a 41 megapixels camera, will be available in a couple of months, Nokia's U.S. president Chris Weber said Tuesday.
The phone won't be picked up by a U.S. carrier, it'll be AT&T-compatible and sold unlocked in the USA.
Packing a 41-megapixel sensor. Based on photography technology previously seen in satellite photos, the 808 Pure View runs Nokia Belle, and is one of the last gasps – but an impressive one – of Symbian.
The 808′s camera features a Carl Zeiss lens, and is capable of recording video in 1080p.
The 808 features a 1.3 single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4-inch AMOLED display, and a curved plate of Gorilla Glass to cover it up.
The inclusion of Dolby technologies in the Nokia smartphones brings an extra dimension to the capabilities of the phone, transforming it into an HD mobile entertainment device, which can output high-definition (HD) content with Dolby Digital Plus 5.1-channel surround sound to HD-ready TVs, audio/video receivers (AVRs), and home theater systems. Meanwhile, Dolby Headphone, built into the device, transforms stereo content into a personal surround sound experience over any headphones, creating a more natural, engaging, and authentic sound experience that the user can enjoy for longer.
“The new Nokia 808 PureView is the latest smartphone to showcase Dolby technologies, to deliver an outstanding entertainment experience that is perfectly aligned with this groundbreaking phone’s capabilities. Meanwhile, the software upgrade for other Nokia smartphones also unleashes the power of Dolby technology to bring cinematic 5.1 surround sound that transforms music, movies, and games into a personal surround sound experience like no other,” said Andreas Spechtler, Regional Vice President, EMEA, Dolby Laboratories.
In MWC2012 Dolby launched, two exciting services designed to provide high-quality surround sound content for Nokia devices with embedded Dolby technology. The new Voddler® movie service application is the first app in the world to offer full-length feature movie streaming for smartphones with 5.1 Dolby Digital Plus audio, while consumers will also be able to access the Nokia Trailers service for the first time with high-quality Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 surround sound audio.
“With Dolby technologies enabled on more and more handsets and the launch of these new Dolby Digital Plus services from Voddler and Nokia Trailers, it adds an exciting new dimension for mobile entertainment,” said Spechtler.