Optical Image Stabilization
Nokia has moved to motors for control the movements and capturing better images even in the low light conditions. This Optical Image Stabilization will make the Lumia 1020 the best smartphone to click images in low light conditions.
Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone too come with PureView imaging technology, a pixel oversampling technology to create one better pixel. The Nokia 808 PureView device running a 1.3 GHz ARM 11 family mobile processor and packed a dedicated image signal processor to enable the PureView imaging technology in harmony with the Image Sensor module. However, Nokia has dedicated the image signal processing capabilities to the dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8960 mobile processor for the Lumia 1020.
Nokia is touting the Zoom Re-invented for the Lumia 1020 smartphone as this too possess the lossless Zoom capabilities like the 808 PureView. Nokia has packed 3X high resolution zoom for immensely high image quality and interesting part is that the zoom is not permanent. To clarify that, the zoomed image can be opened later and the zoom can be removed to reveal the full scene. Not only that, the user can move around the zoom to other part of the image for checking the details of the entire image.
Nokia has also included the 3A algorithms that include Auto-Exposure, Auto-Focus, and Auto-White Balance for increasing the image quality significantly. There is a new White Balance technology included and the camera app also allows the user to manually adjust the white balance.
The purported Nokia C1 is said to come in two size variants as well as in Android and Windows models.
Nokia C1 is expected to be released next year.
Both the Nokia 222 and Nokia 222 Dual SIM phones come with same specs except that the latter supports dual-SIM connectivity.
Lumia 535 is the first smartphone in the Lumia series that was launched by Microsoft in November last year without Nokia brand name for Rs 9,199.
The Nokia N1 was first device of the Finnish company after it sold its mobile business to Microsoft.
Post the deal with Microsoft, Nokia is restricted from using the Nokia brand name on smartphones until the last quarter of 2016 and on feature phones for 10 years.
Nokia N1 is priced at at $249 or about Rs 15,380.
It has been priced at $29 ( around Rs 1,900) and be available in select markets, starting in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe in Q1 2015.
Once the transition is over Nokia store will be history.
The Nokia N1 tablet is expected to be released in the first quarter of next year in China for an estimated price of about Rs 15,380.