Remember the Nokia 808 PureView phone that was introduced at MWC 2012? While the phone is capable of taking nice photographs, it’s running on Symbian Belle (now known as Nokia Belle), which isn’t exactly what most people want on their phones these days. Well, there’s some good news for Windows Phone fans out there – Nokia’s senior vice president, Jo Harlow, has confirmed that PureView technology will soon make its way to Windows Phones. While he couldn’t say precisely when that will be happening, “it will not take very long.”
Maybe some time down the road this year? We can only guess. Let’s hope that Nokia finds a way to reduce the chunkiness of the current camera module at the same time as well. Who’s looking forward to a PureView Windows Phone device?
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