Nokia 808 PureView

Nokia EOS Windows Phone tipped with “proper” PureView

Nokia EOS Windows Phone tipped with “proper” PureView

Nokia is readying the first Windows Phone to be truly worthy of PureView branding, currently codenamed EOS, new whispers suggest, with the 2013 handset expected to drop on AT&T later in the year. The Nokia EOS - the project name of which may well be a nod to Canon's DSLR range - will pack a "similar sensor" to that of the 41-megapixel Nokia 808 PureView, according to The Verge's sources, as well as a new industrial design.

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SlashGear 2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Smartphones

SlashGear 2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Smartphones

In the smartphone universe you're going to have some sorting to do starting with the carrier your gift receiver is working with. More than likely you're a parent or a significant other if you're purchasing a smartphone on-contract for that special someone, this meaning you've got a fair understanding of which carrier they'll be working with. After that, it's all about finding the best device for them based on their specific wants and needs.

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PureView rebooted: Nokia shows why Lumia 920 camera is special

PureView rebooted: Nokia shows why Lumia 920 camera is special

Nokia's new Lumia 920 may not be PureView as we've known it, but that doesn't mean it's not some darned clever camera technology all the same: think springs in your smartphone for a start. A new side-by-side video demo of the stabilization system in play - which you can see after the cut - shows another string of PureView's catch-all camera bow, relying not on masses of megapixels but on how a more average sensor does its business.

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Nokia graphene camera tech tips true PureView without the bulk

Nokia graphene camera tech tips true PureView without the bulk

Nokia is experimenting with graphene-based camera sensors, potentially smaller and cheaper than existing CCD and CMOS systems, that could allow future high-res PureView models to still fit in your pocket. Revealed by a freshly published patent application for "Sensing of Photons," Nokia's approach combines multiple layers of photo-sensing graphene that are stacked with color filters, each stack representing a single pixel.

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Nokia PureView chief slaps down Lumia 920 camera criticism

Nokia PureView chief slaps down Lumia 920 camera criticism

Nokia's photography expert has struck out at PureView criticisms, apparently taking to task those who doubt the rumored Lumia 920 PureView is eligible to bear the brand. Damian Dinning, who spent five years developing PureView, took to Twitter to give an impromptu lesson in the advanced camera technology and - though he was careful not to reference unannounced Lumias - why an 8-megapixel camera could still deliver PureView-class stills and video.

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Nokia 808 PureView Review

Nokia 808 PureView Review

Excitement, about a Symbian phone? The Nokia 808 PureView has forced many to reconsider their platform loyalties by virtue of its big number boast: 41-megapixels of camera goodness. The surprise stand-out of Mobile World Congress, the 808 PureView is the first public evidence of a five year labor of love inspired by ultra-high-resolution satellite photography. There's compromise galore involved, however, to join the early PureView train, so is it worth it? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

The Nokia 808 PureView has landed

The Nokia 808 PureView has landed

Nokia's 808 PureView has landed, and we're the most excited we've been about a Symbian phone in years. Gradually rolling out in Europe this month, and up for preorder - albeit with a hefty off-contract price tag of $699 - in the US with deliveries next month, the 808 has progressively wowed us since its MWC debut with its game-changing approach to photography. Little surprise, then, that we jumped at the chance to try out one of Nokia's 808 PureView kits.

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Nokia 808 PureView up for sale in US: Ships July 8

Nokia 808 PureView up for sale in US: Ships July 8

Nokia's 808 PureView has finally gone up for preorder in the US, with the unlocked 41-megapixel smartphone expected to begin shipping on July 8. Priced at $699 - with no carrier subsidy - the 808 PureView supports 3G on both AT&T and T-Mobile USA and is sold SIM-free and unlocked. Still, it's likely the 808's photographic abilities that could win it buyers, rather than its performance as a phone.

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