It’s not the first time we’re hearing that Nokia’s PureView technology will make it to some of the company’s future smartphones. However, this time a Nokia official has shed a few more details on the matter.
According to Engadget, Vesa Jutila (Nokia’s Head of In-Market Product Marketing, Smart Devices) mentioned recently that the company sees “multiple ways” for the technology to be used in new devices. Reportedly, upcoming PureView products could be slimmer than the PureView 808, while still keeping a high-end Carl Zeiss camera. Moreover, Jutila said that new PureView handsets “would not necessarily have the same 41-megapixel sensor” – this looks like some sort of confirmation that devices like the rumored 12MP PureView Windows Phone for Verizon exist (or at least will exist).
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