Nokia had the world buzzing when it announced the 808 PureView at the Mobile World Congress in February.
The 41-megapixel monster has finally found its way to the Indian shores.
A closer look at the camera causing all the excitement.
The top of the smartphone features (left to right) a Micro HDMI port, one of two microphones, Micro-USB, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The right side has (left to right) dedicated camera button, lock slider and the volume rocker.
The bottom has a hole for the lanyard (wrist strap) and the second microphone (centre).
The phone's left side (not pictured here) is completely bare.
The Nokia 808 PureView has a 4-inch 360x640 display with Gorilla glass. Three buttons sit just below the display (left to right) Call Answer (Green), Menu and Call End/ Power (Red).
This wild beast sports a 1.3 GHz single-core ARM11 processor, with 512MB RAM and 16GB internal storage.
The 1400 mAh Nokia BV-4D powers the smartphone.
The battery can be removed to reveal the microSD and Micro-SIM (right).
The white smartphone is a bit of a dust magnet. The 808 PureView is also available in black colour.
The phone is 17.95 mm thick at the camera and 13.95mm at its thinnest.
Nokia 808 PureView sitting next to an iPad 2.
The 808 runs Nokia Belle (Symbian 10.1) that brings improvements like pull-down status/ notification bar and free-form resizable home-screen widgets.
The typical Nokia menu screen that hasn't changed much over the years, other than adding a dash of colour and a few new icons.
The Phone Switch app that offers to import contacts, messages and data from another Nokia over Bluetooth. It worked great in our tests.
The Nokia 808 PureView has been launched at a price of Rs. 33,899.
Stay tuned for a detailed review of the Nokia 808 PureView.