FCC Dissects Nokia 808 PureView
It is now Nokia 808 PureView’s turn to be dissected by FCC, for internal structure examination and radiation output test. FCC published its finding along with a series of photographs of the phone’s internal components and external casing. For those who are eager to get hold of any new tidbits of information on new devices, FCC’s publication can often provide great insights. Along with photographs, FCC also provides the full product manual of Nokia 808 PureView.
The revolutionary smartphone was unveiled in February 2012 and it is expected to arrive later this month. Its primary highlight is the 41Mp (38Mp effective) rear-facing camera, which features Xenon flash, autofocus and Car Zeiss optics, face detection, geotagging, 4x lossless digital zoom, ND filter and 1/1.2” sensor size. It can also record 1080p videos at 30fps.
The Nokia 808 PureView is powered by a 1.3GHz single core processor, which is supported by 512MB of RAM. The 4” AMOLED display is remarkably large for a Nokia smartphone, but at 640×360 pixels resolution, the pixel density is noticeably lower than the competition. The phone doesn’t provide support for LTE (4G), but the Symbian Belle OS offers users the NFC capability. Source: EnGadget