Nokia spent a significant part of its press conference on the Asha series of phones (the Asha 202, 203 and 302). These are known more widely as "feature phones," as they sit at the very bottom of end of the smartphone spectrum, having only some basic smartphone functionality beyond that of being able to make and receive calls.
The Finnish company also announced the Nokia Lumia 610, a lower-end phone running Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, to round out its lineup of Windows Phones.
But the day's big news for Nokia was the introduction of the Symbian-based 808 PureView. Harkening back to the days when some of Nokia's Symbian-based camera phones seemed to be more camera than they were phone, the 808 has a 41-megapixel sensor on board. Then sensor enables the user to choose from various megapixel options when taking a picture (e.g., 5 MP, 8 MP, 38 MP, etc.). This theoretically gives photographers more pixels to work with after zooming and cropping.
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