Nokia N8-08 PureView with 41MP Camera and Lumia Design Emerges – Concept

The smartphone features physical buttons and looks pretty thick

By on July 5th, 2012 19:01 GMT

There’s been much talk on Nokia’s attempt to integrate its innovative PureView technology into future Windows Phone devices. The Finnish company already confirmed this information, though it was pretty vague when asked whether or not these devices will be launched by the end of the year.

Since the first rumors on Windows Phone devices with PureView technology surfaced online, Nokia fans put their imaginations to the test and started to create various concepts, thus giving the Finnish company some ideas.

It’s unlikely that Nokia would take any of these into consideration especially that the handset maker has its own army of engineers and designers who plan ahead every device that would eventually be released on the market.

However, there are few people who are interested in more Symbian smartphone that would carry the same PureView technology.

Even though the first (and only) PureView device is still being rolled out globally, Nokia did not say a word about any future Symbian devices with this innovative technology.

Nokia confirmed to us several weeks ago that the only reason they launched the Nokia 808 PureView is to actually test the market and see how well it’s received by both media and users. Unfortunately, the smartphone is pretty expensive for a Symbian device, so not all Nokia fans will afford it.

Nevertheless, there’s a chance that Nokia might launch other PureView models powered by its latest Nokia Belle operating system.

DeviantArt user LokiBartleby has just published an interesting Nokia N8-08 concept, which is said to run the same Nokia Belle platform as the PureView 808.

However, the form factor and design of the concept strongly resembles the Lumia 800 or Nokia N9. In addition, the smartphone has been gifted with physical buttons instead of capacitive ones. Obviously, the “piece de resistance” is the 41-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash and Carl Zeiss optics.

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