Nokia has announced a new smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona which incorporates an incredible 41 megapixel camera.
The Nokia 808 is the company’s first device to feature Nokia’s PureView imaging technology to allow high-end photography.
The product combines a 41 megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia’s proprietary pixel oversampling technology.
The result is a sharp detailed image with the ability to save the pictures in compact file sizes to easily share via email and on social networks.
The Nokia 808 will not only take high quality images and full high definition video – it will also record high quality CD-like sound as well.
LG has also unveiled its 2012 range of smartphones at MWC 2012.
Included with the new devices is the LG Vu which has a 5-inch squarer 4:3 ratio screen along with 1.5Ghz dual core processors and 32GB of internal memory.
LG also revealed the Optimus 4X HD – the company’s first Android smartphone with a quad core processor.
The Optimus 4X will be running the latest Android 4.0 operating system offer a PC-like speed performance but also utilises a fifth core dedicated to preserving battery power.
Not be left out, Huawei also used MWC as the platform to reveal what it claims to be the world’s fastest smartphone.
The Ascent D Quad has a quad core 1.2Ghz/1.5Ghz chipset and a power management system which provides up to 30 per cent power saving.
It will run Android 4.0 and has a 4.5-inch screen with an 8 megapixel camera.