Nokia Pureview 808 review

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There is 8GB of installed memory and a slot for micro SD memory card. It is placed under the battery, so there is no way of changing memory card without turning the mobile phone off.

Battery is strong enough for around two days autonomy with some moderate smartphone use and shooting 100 – 150 images per day.


Autofocus works generally very well, but not excellent. It is accurate but rather slow, especially in low light conditions. Thankfully, there are options for infinity and hyperfocal setting. When hyperfocal option is used, everything from approximately 2.4m to infinity will be in focus. Now that’s a nice detail for wannabe street shooters. By default, camera focuses on center of the frame, but focus points can be set anywhere with touch-screen capability.

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