Windows Phone News: Nokia Pure View


Showing posts with label Nokia Pure View. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nokia Pure View. Show all posts

Monday, February 4, 2013

The Guardian - 41-megapixel Pureview sensor system coming to Lumia devices

The Guardian is reporting that Nokia will soon launch a new smartphone running Windows Phone 8 with PureView 41 megapixel camera, pretty much with similar of better photographic abilities as the one of the original Nokia PureView smartphone, the Nokia 808.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Nokia EOS - The first real WP device with PureView coming this year

MWC 2013 is fast approaching and intensifying rumors about products that may be presented by Nokia at the important event dedicated to the mobile world.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

More PureView Imaging Innovation Still To Come from Nokia

For Nokia 2012 was a year marked by closed two very important goals in the field  camera technology implemented in today's smartphones. The Nokia 808 and Nokia Lumia 920 PureView scored significantly smartphone sector with strong aptitude for capturing photos and video redefining, each in its own way, standards in the segment. Feature common to the two devices is the sharing of PureView technology , not so much, or rather, not just a set of hardware solutions to improve the quality of the cameras built into mobile devices, but a broader approach to the issue, which also involves instruments such software.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Nokia Lumia 920 - Software update coming for enhancing Lumia 920 Daylight Camera performance

The Nokia Lumia 920 has started to positively convince the audience of potential buyers about the quality of the camera module with the results of the first test. Especially in low light conditions, the benefits deriving from the PureView module become very convincing.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Nokia’s camera guru Danning - More PureView tech smartphones coming with more compact size

The Nokia 808 PureView , the first smartphone to integrate innovative technology to improve the yield you photos and videos, is characterized by a form factor certainly "important." Weight and thickness are conditioned by the need to integrate sophisticated form with photo sensor of 41 megapixels. Although many users may consider the size of the device and the acceptable price to pay to use the best camera phone on the market, there is no doubt that a smartphone with the same technology, but with smaller dimensions meet with the favor of a greater number of potential buyers.The arrival of smartphone with PureView technology, with smaller form factor was hinted by the Nokia "camera guru"  Damian Dinning.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Chris Weber - Nokia Lumia PureView technology in development

The unofficial and official confirmation on the future integration of technology in Nokia PureView Lumia terminals were not lacking, but that we are going to bring the following can surely be considered one of the most important and unequivocal.In a recent interview Weber confirms the intention to transfer the technology into future Windows Phone PureView Lumia. As we know this is a feature now integrated into the Nokia 808 PureView based on Symbian Belle operating system and that took five years to reach fruition.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Leaked images of Nokia Windows Phone with PureView technology

Androsym managed to get some leaked slides showing off an upcoming WP handset from Nokia, boasting the impressive 41mp PureView technology.

The smartphone has a very unusual curved designed, including a curved screen and since the wp7 currently cannot support that big sensor this device probably will be powered by WP8 Apollo. Also note that the capacitive buttons look like WP7 but the menu key now bears a Windows 8 logo.

From the leaked slides, we can see that this devices will have the following specs:
  • 4.3″ Curved Glass touchscreen with HD display
  • 41mp sensor, Carl Zeiss lens and PureView imaging technology
  • 1080p full HD video recording and Rich Recording Technology
  • Dual Core processor with Adreno 320 GPU
  • Windows Phone 8 OS

Source Androsym ; Via WMPU

Friday, March 30, 2012

Nokia seeks a specialist to bring PureView technology on to Windows Phone

Nokia has not completely hide his intention to bring the technology PureView of Windows Phone devices. 
Meanwhile, as was discovered on Linkedin, appeared job post for a senior specialist, Imaging Algorithms from the 19th March makes it pretty explicit that we will see the technology on Windows Phone.
This is the most important part in the description attached to this listing:
Have you heard of the Nokia 808 PureView? Want to participate in the creation of the next chapter of Windows Phone devices from Nokia? Want to be part of a team responsible for developing the next big thing on camera and imaging? If so, this is your opportunity to join our world class team! At Nokia we are looking for a specialist in image processing algorithms that can work with our team of Windows Phone Imaging in Tampere, Finland.

Source Linkedin Via MyNokiablog

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Nokia Lumia with Pure View coming soon

According to Nokia,Windows Phone is not yet ready to compete with Symbian in the multimedia industry, which is why the first PureView not based on Microsoft. But things may soon change.
As was reported by the Finnish newspaper Aamulehti, Nokia is working hard to bring the Pure View technology to the Nokia Lumia range. The announcement was made by Jo Harlow, Executive Vice President of Nokia Smart Devices, without specifying an indicative period of output.
"I can not say PRECISELY when, but it will not take very long." / "I can not say precisely when, but it will not take much time."
It is possible that Windows Phone 8, then in the second half of the year, Nokia will bring a new standard of optics inside the Microsoft ecosystem.
Source Aamulehti ; Via Esphoneblog

Monday, February 27, 2012

Nokia Pure View 808 Announced; Comes With a 41MP Camera! Windows Phone in the future?

Nokia just blew our minds with the Pure View announcement. A Symbian powered device, the 808 features an astonishing 41MP sensor allowing photos to be taken in 5MP, 8MP and 38MP variants.

Nokia Pure View is due for release in Q2 here in Europe the 808 Pure View will pack a price tag of 450 Euros.

Running Symbian Belle the 808 is powered by a 1.3 GHz single core processor and comes with a 4 inch 360 x 640 screen. The Carl Zeiss camera will also record video in full HD and it looks like this one will be the camera phone of all camera phones.

Nokia obviously plans to eventually bring this kind of tech our way to Windows Phone. But the OS will need to support that and we bet it won't happen till Apollo this Fall

Via WPCentral