Nokia building 41-megapixel phone with Windows 8
A few leaked slides at a Nokia Presentation are supposedly evidence enough to believe that Nokia could be possibly looking into making another 41-megapixel phone but this time equipped with Windows 8.
The slides were first spotted by Androsym, with the images originally being posted at it168.com; the images reveal a blocky-looking mobile bearing the PureView Camera-tech logo with the specifications which have the device owning a 4.3 inch HD screen.
If a close peek of the touch-sensitive buttons is taken, the middle button is found to have the Windows 8 logo (which was recently revealed).
This could be one of the considered concept designs of Nokia, rather than a finalized product, but as for now the slides do speak in favor of the rumors about the insane Camera technology of Nokia, combining with the Windows-powered devices.
The label of the high-resolution camera, gubbins from Nokia reads PureView which was earlier spotted in the Nokia 808 PureView. But the Nokia 808 PureView is on the Symbian technology and is way behind the iOS or Android OS technology.
Nokia has undoubtedly been putting loads of emphasis on the Lumia 800 and Lumia 900, whilst the 808 PureView seems more like an experiment which would take them to the further joining with Microsoft.
The reason behind the craze about the Lumia 800 is the linking of Nokia’s hardware chops and Microsoft’s OS. But the expectations were led down by the Lumia model and now all the hopes are laid on the upcoming PureView, which indeed requires sand down with the edges as the phone could, for now definitely do some damage.