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41MP Nokia 808 PureView now out in the UAE

The Nokia 808 PureView has a 41MP sensor and uses Pixel Oversampling to achieve the sharpest possible pictures; it is now available in the UAE for $585

41MP Nokia 808 PureView now out in the UAE
The Nokia PureView 808 has a 41MP imaging sensor.

Nokia has announced the availability of the Nokia 808 PureView in the UAE. The smartphone which had a local launch in February, is the first smartphone with a 41MP camera.

The Nokia 808 PureView has won multiple awards, including the best mobile device at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012 and best Imaging Innovation from the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA)

"Nokia 808 PureView has completely revolutionised imaging performance for the whole smartphone industry - and Nokia is not stopping here," said Vithesh Reddy, GM, Nokia Lower Gulf. "We are delighted to launch Nokia 808 PureView in UAE, which is a testament to Nokia's commitment to delivering innovative mobile phone products for consumers and to imaging enthusiasts in the region."

The Nokia 808 uses technology originating from satellite imaging called Pixel Oversampling. At a standard resolution of 5-8MP, this means the smartphone is able to zoom without loss of clarity and capture seven pixels of information, condensing into one pixel. This results in the sharpest possible images.

The Nokia 808 PureView is now available across all Nokia Stores and all leading electronic retail outlets at AED 2,149 ($585).

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