During the Mobile World Congress 2012 event, the Finnish mobile maker has shocked the entire tech industry by introducing the Symbian OS powered Nokia 808 PureView handset, which has got a frightful 41MP sensor. The manufacturer has yet to announce exact release date of this handset. Today, Nokia Italy has started offering the pre-orders for the Nokia 808 PureView handset. The buyers can reserve it for now by paying €99, and the final cost of the camera phone is €599 (that’s around $784).
The Nokia 808 PureView handset comes with 41 MP sensor with Carl Zeiss and there’s Xenon flash and a LED one acting as a video light, ability to capture 8 MP, 34 MP at 16: 9 aspect ratio, FullHD 1080p video recording capability at 30 fps. Other specs are including 4-inc AMOLED display with nHD (640 x 360p) resolution, running Symbian Belle OS, 512MB RAM, 1.3GHz single-core chipset,
a single-core 1.3 GHz processor and 512 MB of RAM and runs Symbian Belle. The display is a 16:9 4″ AMOLED unit of nHD (640 x 360) resolution covered with curved Gorilla Glass, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB on the go, 16 GB of onboard storage, Dolby Digital Plus for 5.1 surround and much more.
Read: Nokia 808 PureView Full Specifications.
Head over to nStores Italy (hit the link) to reserve the Nokia 808 PureView handset for €99.