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Nokia 808

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by palandri, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. palandri

    palandri Former Palm Guy
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    I got my wife a Nokia 808 for her birthday. It has a 41MP camera and is available from Amazon. It's a pentaband GSM phone so it works on AT&T or T-Mobile. She was using a Nokia N8 before. I was experimenting with some closeup shots with the 808.

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    Nice pictures, thanks.

    You are the first that I know actually got one, it is Symbian, correct? What made you decide on the 808, just curious? :)
     
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  3. palandri

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    My wife likes photography and she had a Nokia N8 so she was already use to the Symbian 3 operating system. :cool:
     
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    Well, it is great that you bought for your wife a Nokia 808. But is it really having the 41MP camera. Chances are there that it could have more than 41MP camera sensors. If you compare a Samsung jet S8000 that has 5 MP camera and an Apple iPhone which has the same MP camera, you are bound to notice a great difference between them. Even though both the phones have the same 5 MP camera sensors, the picture quality will be different.

    Surprising, isn’t? That is something I have been pondering for a long time. The same can be said about the Nokia 808. You cannot confirm and say that it is a 41 MP camera. It could be less than 41 MP or even more than that. The basic concept likes in the technology that is used.
     
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    That's an excellent review. Thanks for sharing.

    Another good thing you can get from Digital Photography sites is reviews of Memory Cards. Some of them do some real intensive testing of memory cards. Read time, write time, rewrite performance...etc...Memory cards are critical to digital photographers who have to take a lot fast, high MP shots. Memory card performance is important for our mobile phones. From some of the reviews I have read, Lexar seems to be the memory card of choice to digital photographers. I always thought SanDisk made the best memory cards
     
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    #7 palandri, Sep 18, 2012
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