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Nokia’s 808 PureView camera phone with its 41-megapixel sensor blew people away at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona yesterday. It combines Nokia’s highest performing Carl Zeiss optics with Nokia’s new pixel oversampling technology to deliver jaw-dropping photos.
What makes the PureView technology really special, is that the 41MP sensor isn’t used to deliver billboard sized pictures, instead it creates pictures of normal, manageable sizes with amazing picture quality.
The 41MP sensor uses an oversampling technique to combine seven pixels into one “pure” pixel without the visual noise found in most phone cameras. Even better, Nokia says you’ll get 3x digital zoom without losing any of the details in your shot. Another benefit would be to to take a high-res shot and then reframe, crop and zoom it for extracting pictures within pictures after the shot has been taken.
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