Been out for a while and could not post due to intense headache lately. So I was not to post about the exciting products that hit lately during the Mobile World Congress 2012. Despite a strong showing of high spec Android devices, Nokia has wowed MWC 2012 with their announcement of the 41 MP Nokia 808 Pure View. While many critics downplayed the announcement as merely a marketing ploy on Nokia’s part, it cannot be denied that Nokia has done it again. What Pure View brings to the table is not merely the traditional pixel race done by many point and shoot and even many Android devices. It is how the camera uses those pixels that really counted. Of course what good is cramming so many pixels only to find out it was really not worth it. With a high pixel sensor, Nokia was also able to achieve loss-less zoom depending on what mode is being used.
However, despite the spectacular camera technology that Nokia brought to the table, another of Nokia’s innovation that was brought together with the Nokia 808 Pure View was Nokia Rich Recording. Of course, what good is an HD or Full HD video if you have very crappy sound. Nokia seems to understand what heavy smartphone video users need and by the sound of the videos taken by a Nokia 808, Nokia has certainly hit an important note in smartphone video recording. Nokia Rich Recording was not herald as much as the Pure View technology, but that does not mean it is not as important. Future users, including me, would really benefit greatly from this.
So how does Nokia Rich Recording fare against other smartphones? Hit on the video below and see for yourself. Aside from the comparisons, the video also explains why Nokia Rich Recording is a sound to enjoy.