Nokia 1008?Pureview Specs
|Build||Corning Gorilla Glass 4 back panel|
|Display Type||Puremotion HD 16M colors|
|Display Size||Super AMOLED screen, 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution|
|OS||Windows 8 Blue OS, Android version coming soon|
|Chipset||Snapdragon 600 & Adreno 320|
|RAM and ROM||32/64 GB (expandable up to 128GB), 3 GB RAM|
|Camera||38mp sensor, Pureview V1 + V2, 3x Optical Zoom, Dual LED flash +Xenon Flash|
|Battery||3200 mah (Removable)|
As you can clearly see, they both offer high-resolution camera sensors that actually rotates, making sure you get the best angles possible. ?This is also a great phone for selfie addicts who just love to take high resolution pictures of themselves. We can say that both offer great cameras and their main selling point is the beastly cameras they carry. Both smartphones offer rotating modules that look pretty solid and premium. While the Nokia 809 camera features a 41MP Pureview, the slightly bigger brother, the Nokia 1008, offers a bit less in resolution with a 38MP Pureview sensor. Both of these shooters will give you the best shots a smartphone can offer. They are guaranteed to satisfy your camera needs. Not only that, you can also take 1080p videos without compromising quality. They are quite small though, but a compact camera smartphone is already doing yourself a favor by not having to lug those 5.5 inch phones around.
Other than having monstrous cameras, these phones offer quite decent specs for everyday use. If you don?t really do heavy gaming these phones are already sufficient. Knowing Nokia though, these phones are expected to be fast as hell anyway. They would be enough to get by your daily tasks without worrying about lag. Both of these smartphones are currently unreleased and are on the works (technically they are still concepts but at least the specs are realistic). ?We are very excited to see these monsters in the flesh. Rumors have been roaming around claiming we already have prototypes for these but we won?t post them if they don?t have credible sources yet. We just hope Nokia comes back in the competition again. The legend of Nokia lives on.