Remember that Nokia PureView tease from a few days ago Well,”suddenly it all makes sense. We are indeed looking at an imaging flagship phone and a true successor to the N8. Its called the 808 PureView and its expected to reach Europe in the next quarter for a price of 450 Euros. Before we move on to its craziest feature — the camera, of course — lets run down the other key specs”: The OS is Symbian Belle; the engine is a 1.3GHz single-core chip; the display is 4-inches corner to corner but its resolution is a Nokia-style 360 x 640 (nHD). Theres 512MB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage that is thankfully expandable via microSD. A Pentaband modem increases the chances of getting a signal while globe-trotting,”while data speeds will top out at plain HSPA 14.4Mbps. Now that Carl Zeiss-lensed camera”: it handles continuous-focus 1080p,”but is claimed to have an incredible sensor resolution of over 41-megapixels when shooting stills — or 34-megapixels for 16″:9 images. Its achieved by some clever sub-pixel interpolation jiggery-pokery that entails five pixels being merged into one to produce a final image with a max resolution of 8-megapixels, but well dig deeper very soon. Its expected to arrive in May at a price of â‚¬450 and if youre curious, weve got a gallery of hands-on images and video for your viewing pleasure. Just follow the break for our first impressions.