Nokia has unveiled a Behind the Music-style video detailing how it conceived, developed and built the Nokia 808 PureView.
The Nokia 808 PureView was unveiled at MWC 2012 where the Finnish company demoed just how good its 41-megapixel really was.
The device, which runs on Symbian, represents a massive leap in mobile imagining technology and should be something we see inside a Microsoft's Windows Phone device in the not too distant future.
Over 400 Nokia staff worked on creating the 808 PureView during the past five years.
Apparently the inspiration for the 808 PureView’s 41-megapixel sensor initially took hold in a bar in Japan.
Nokia worked with tons of professional photographers and aimed to create a smartphone camera that could beat any compact device.
We got a hands-on preview of the Nokia 808 PureView at MWC 2012 and were thoroughly impressed by what Nokia had created.
The imaging facilities and details present in shots and video captured on the device are truly mind-blowing.
As a proof of concept the Nokia 808 PureView is immense, and it really is great to see Nokia innovating once again.
Check out the video below on the making of the Nokia 808 PureView (the video was shot entirely on one of the handsets as well):
Source: Know Your Mobile