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Apr 7, 2012

Nokia Lumia PureView with Windows Phone 8 Packs 41MP Camera and Dual-Core CPU

Nokia 808 PureView is not even available on the market, yet rumors on allegedly new Windows Phone devices integrating the PureView camera technology have already started to emerge.

The guys over at IT168 claim they got new information and even some specs details on an unannounced Nokia Lumia PureView smartphone. According to them, the shots were taken during a Nokia presentation, but they might be as well fakes.

However, IT168 confirms that the phone that appears in these pictures is just a concept design, which means the final product may look entirely different.

This seems valid enough as the phone looks to be too curvy and less attractive than the original Nokia 808 PureView Symbian smartphone.

Due to the fact that Windows Phone 7 does not support such a powerful camera sensor, the Lumia PureView is said to run Windows Phone 8 (Apollo) instead. 

Additional proof consists in the Windows touch-sensitive button in the middle that features the new design of the Apollo OS.

As we mentioned earlier, the device is packed with an impressive 41-megapixel camera with Carl-Zeiss lens and PureView imaging technology, which can capture full HD (1080p) videos with Nokia’s Rich Recording Technology.

Furthermore, the smartphone sports a large 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen (curved glass) display that supports HD resolution (no other details are available).

On the inside, the Lumia PureView is equipped with some kind of dual core processor manufactured by Qualcomm and an Adreno 320 graphics processing unit.

Curios enough, the folks at AndroSym highlight the fact that there’s only one processor that features the Adreno 320 GPU, and that’s the new Qualcomm MSM8960 Pro Snapdragon 4 with 1.5 GHz dual core Krait processor.

For the time being, there is no indication that this is a real device. But, as the source of the leak has already stated, this is a concept phone that might or might not make it to the market. After all, Nokia confirmed plans to bring the PureView technology to its Lumia series.


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