Nokia 808 PureView: Best camera in a phone, but partnered with dead OS

Nokia 808 PureView: Best camera in a phone, but partnered with dead OS

Summary: Nokia has reigned in camera phone technology over the years and the 808 PureView demonstrates the pinnacle of their imaging success. However, the camera is partnered with a dead OS that holds it back, especially with a price of $699 before tax and shipping.

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  • Sample 808 PureView photo: Family barbeque

    We had a small reunion with cousins we haven't seen for years.

  • Sample 808 PureView photo: Swimming at the lake

    The lake was cool and refreshing.

  • Sample 808 PureView photo: Holding my nephew

    Thankfully my nephew is still small enough to ride on my shoulders.

Topics: Mobility, Mobile OS, Nokia

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  • "However, the camera is partnered with a dead OS that holds it back"

    I didn't realize it was a Windows Phone 8 OS phone...
    Troll Hunter J