A cinematographer´s review of the Nokia 808

I'm not extremely fond of videoreviews: a lot of the times they are simply too long, and all too often they seem to feature the reviewer more than the device... I'll make an exception for the eloquent  Phones Show by Steve Litchfield, of course.

And here is another fine exception, a videoreview by Raj Desai, a cinematographer from Mumbai. You'll find his exentsive review of the Nokia 808 PureView on YouTube, and from there I quote:

Review: Nokia Lumia 920 and Windows Phone 8

People have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia's latest flagship on Microsoft's newest platform Windows Phone 8, including Nokia's PureView technology. The smartphone is supposed to offer the very best Nokia currently has to offer.

It isn't the only high-end smartphone on the new Windows Phone 8 platform to breathe new life into Nokia, but the Lumia 920 is the most complete and most discussed Nokia device - in a long time, in fact. In this comprehensive review (translated from an earlier Dutch version), you'll find an account of my experiences with the Nokia Lumia 920 and Windows Phone 8.

SymbianTweet reviews the Nokia 808 PureView

Well, it might be one of the last reviews we'll see on the Nokia 808 PureView, but it's certainly not one of the least. The friends over at have published an extensive review of the Nokia 808 PureView - still on Feature Pack 1 by the way, they are waiting for FP 2 as well I guess, or they just know many people are (please roll it out Nokia!)

Androidworld (!) Italy reviews the Nokia 808

So what if you blog for a website that is dedicated to Android, but you are in love with the Nokia 808 PureView at the same time? You compare the camera of the Nokia 808 with that of four different high-end Android smartphones.

In this case the website compares the Samsung Galaxy S III, LG Optimus 4X HD, Motorola RAZR and the Sony Xperia S (the only one to boast a 12MP resolution). Even the camera of the Nokia Lumia 800 has been taken into account also, because the reviewer carried it with him anyway.