There will always be need for DSLR, desktop computer, dedicated MP3 player. You will always get something extra fitted to that bigger space, even if the technology advancements is driving masses toward all-in-one devices leaving enthusiasts and professionals for their dedicated devices.
Nokia has been the driving force of mobile phones that is the king of all-in-one device and one thing that Nokia has traditionally innovated all these years is cameras. This has not gone unnoticed by Stuff magazines internet edition that lists two Nokia phones on 25 cameras that changed the world, you wont find other brands phones in the list.
You will find one old friend from years back and one fresh one making havoc against standalone pocket cameras and at times reminding DSLR manufacturers that they also need to innovate.
Was it too easy? Here are the two phones.
3. Nokia N95
Arguably the first smartphone to sport a decent camera, the N95 rocked a 5MP snapper with autofocus, Carl Zeiss optics and a range of tweakable settings. It could also capture VGA video. The flash wasn’t great, it’s true, but the N95’s photography skills sparked a range of phone manufacturers into raising their game when it came to cameras.
20. Nokia 808 Pureview
Released earlier this year, the 808 Pureview offers a new type of camera on a phone: one that takes huge shots (up to 38MP). This gargantuan resolution means that you can crop images – or “zoom in” – and still achieve great results. The phone itself is average (check out our review) but we can’t wait to see Nokia squeeze the stunning sensor into a classier device.
You can check rest of the 25 cameras from Stuff.tv