Nokia's 808 PureView, announced at the Mobile World Congress this year, has been offically launched in the Indian market. The smartphone should be available in the market from Wednesday itself at a best buy price Rs 33,899.
Since its release, the phone has made waves with its imaging capabilities, which comprise a 41-megapixel sensor and Full HD videos at 1080p resolution.
Another useful addition in the phone is the Dolby Headphones, which turns any headphones into a stereophonic marvel for theatre-like audio experience.
Powered by a 1.3 Ghz processor, the one great drawback of the 808 PureView is that it runs on the outdated Symbian platform.
While it has launched the revolutionary camera phone, Nokia is not looking at selling the N8 at a discounted price. N8 is the second best camera phone from the company's portfolio.