Nokia is a brand that will be always in our hearts. Also, it is a company that makes a lot of strategic mistakes. They are struggling to push their Symbian operating system, even though it is clearly outdated. Nevertheless, they always amaze with their gadgets, providing us with new technologies and amazing durable phones. This time they are putting on the market a phone with amazing 41MP camera. This by itself blows any competition out of the way if you are willing to put aside their operating system Belle.
This camera-phone (I put firstly camera because it is the primary aspect of this gadget), would be the perfect phone if only it worked on Win8. Nevertheless, there is a lot happening inside that makes it a great phone. Let’s start from the main aspect, the camera. It has a 41MP sensor with effective 38MP that gives it whopping (7152 x 5368) pixels and the capability of endless zoom. It can film 30f video in full HD with max 4x zoom, without losing any quality. All of this with an amazing xenon flash for the photos and a LED diode for the videos, giving you the opportunity to film or take pictures anywhere in any time, regardless day or night. All the standard smile detection and geo-tagging functions are also in.
The design of the phone is mainly standard for Nokia except for the camera part that stands out, making it not so appealing. The screen is a 4.0 inch AMOLED with not so good pixel rate of
(360 x 640), with Nokia’s ClearBlack display technology and Corning Gorilla Glass protection. Inside there is a 1.3 GHz ARM 11 processor and 16 GB storage, 1 GB ROM, 512 MB RAM. If you need extra memory space it can hold up to 48GB micro SD memory card. All the standard connection types like a Wi-Fi g/n standard and Bluetooth 3.0 are there. Also there is a microUSB and an HDMI port and a 3.5mm connector that can bring you a Dolby certified surround sound to any standard stereo speakers. It has a battery of 1400mAh that can hold up to 11h talk time in 2G and 6h 50m in 3G.
All of this makes it a perfect phone, at least for me, and it would have been my first choice for a new phone if it didn’t work on their Belle OS.