Nokia drops the price of Pure View 808, now comes at an MRP of Rs.25,000
Nokia has missed the opportunity to bring its flagship Lumia 920 to India in time for all the Diwali shopping. But fans still have something to cheer about: The Finnish manufacturer has slashed the price of its 41 mp monster-camera 808 PureView from 32 grand to Rs 25,000.
Announced in February, the Symbian Belle handset had no fancy quad-core CPU or 5" screen. But thanks to its extraordinary snapper, the 808 PureView was chosen as the Best New Mobile Handset, Device or Tablet by the jury at the MWC (2012). We received a review unit, and pitted it against the Canon EOS 550D. Surprisingly, the 808 matched the DSLR's quality in good lighting conditions. If you've been planning to buy a point-and-shoot camera and a budget smartphone, you might consider getting yourself an 808 PureView instead.
The first online store to start shipping the 808 at a discount is Saholic.com. Before placing an order, don't forget to check out our review! If you're feeling lazy, here's a list of key features:
41 MP rear and VGA front camera.
16 GB internal storage and microSD card support up to 32 GB.
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, NFC, FM transmitter, and GPS.