Nokia 808 pureview: The last Symbian Smartphone

The Finnish mobile manufacture Nokia adopt for Windows phone and drop home grown symbian. The 41 megapixel Pureview 808 became the last symbian smartphone.

the last symbian Smartphone

So through the release of Nokia 808 pure view in the middle of 2012 Nokia will drop Symbian as its main smartphone OS of choice. But according to the agreement made with Accenture it will provide Symbian-based software development and support services to Nokia until 2016.

The main reason for the fall of Nokia’s market is they rely on the home grown platform for a number of years without having any change. After the introduction of iOS and android Nokia’s shares continuously falls down. Nokia didin’t choose android when Google offered it, finally they choose for Windows phone operating system and drop symbian.

The 4MP sensor which is integrated in pureview 808 has the capability to capture images from 7 adjacent pixels and then condenses it into one. This amazing feature enables the user to capture a high quality image with 5 MP resolution and comparatively low noise. The optics of camera Carl Zesis and it is featured with Xeon flash and LED one that is acting as a video light.

Nokia pureview has 4 inch AMOLED capacitive display with resolutions 360*640. Pureview 808 has 16GB internal memory can be expandable up to 32GB, also have support of 1GB RAM, powered by 1.3GHz CPU.

Pureview 808 runs on symbian belle operating system, will have support of 2G, 3G network. Nokia pure view available in black, white and red colors.

Key Features of pure view 808 smartphone

  • Nokia ClearBlack display with AMOLED capacitive touch screen
  • 41 MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics
  • 184 ppi pixel density
  • 3.5 mm Jack
  • 16 Gb internal Storage
  • 32 GB of microSD
  • WLAN – Wi – Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP
  • MicroUSB v2.0
  • Nokia Belle OS
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