Nokia's Giant PureView Camera Is Coming To Lumia Phones

Nokia's Giant PureView Camera Is Coming To Lumia Phones

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41-megapixels should be enough for any camera. A recent rumor hinted that it would happen, but now the Guardian newspaper is saying it's heard from industry insiders that Nokia is indeed going to bring its full high-resolution PureView imaging system to its key Lumia range of Windows smartphones. This...
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