Last Updated on 02/27/2012 by Chris Gampat
This is exactly what the world needs right now: a cameraphone with more megapixels than anything could seriously handle. Today during Mobile World Congress, Nokia introduced their new 808 cameraphone complete with a 41MP 1/1.2 sized imaging sensor. Complete with a Carl Zeiss lens, Pop Photo tells us that, “The 808 can take photos up to 38-megapixels in resolution, checking in at 7728 x 5354, but it doesn’t seem like they intend for you to do that all too often. Their intention was to combine those pixels to make better 5- or 8-megapixel images.”
And as much as we digg Zeiss glass over here at The Phoblographer, I believe that we can all agree that no lens that tiny could resolve such a sensor to the fullest.
The camera also has an f2.4 aperture and records 1080p HD video.
Seriously, no 20k video?