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808 PureView screen
It's also likely that Nokia will in future drop the unnecessarily large 41-megapixel sensor (which ultimately only produces an 8-megapixel photo anyway) and take the PureView software and branding to the Windows Phone platform.
In that case, the 808 has done a pretty good job of getting the PureView name into people's consciousness — after all, Nokia was previously known for delivering 'best in class' camera phones and it needs to be known for something other than good maps to survive.
That the PureView isn't running on Windows Phone OS is more accident than design: I suspect we would have seen the Nokia 808 PureView on the Microsoft platform back in February if the platform supported camera sensors that large, but right now that's not the case.