Nokia's ultimate camera phone can take some dazzling shots, even if you're more of a casual photographer. Here are some examples of what it can do, and what we found didn't work so well.
At a press event in New York, Nokia shows off its brand-new Windows 8 phone with a powerful Lytro-like camera. It will be available on AT&T in the U.S. in late July.
The device will reportedly come with a 4.5-inch display, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage when it's unveiled later today.
More pictures of Nokia's rumoured 'EOS' camera phone have surfaced, this time hinting at a metal body.
The hotly tipped Nokia EOS is tipped to boast a giant 41-megapixel sensor, and could arrive on 9 July.
More rumors about Nokia's plans for its line point to a huge camera sensor and multiple processor cores.
In a tweet this morning, Damian Dinning made clear that the PureView branding is not "a single specific feature or specification."
Just how much larger is the Nokia 808 PureView's camera? A lot.
Sure, I understood the concept behind the Nokia 808 PureView's mega-whopping camera, but CTIA drove it home.
Nokia's super shooter has been submitted to the FCC for accreditation, with plenty of internal shots showing what's inside.