Here is another hands-on video of Nokia 808 PureView – the video demonstrate different features of the device, such as the Torch Mode with flash light which get activated while holding the screen lock button, Nokia Maps and a closer look to improved version of Web Browser on Nokia Belle FP1. Check out the video after break.
- The flash can be used as a flashlight, you must press the unlock button down and hold (in the video I’m wrong) is that the LED lights (thx focu s) (see video below)
- There is more than 2mm harbor for loading, 100% micro USB
- There is no burst mode itself (from what I saw), but you can configure a sport mode and take pictures fairly quickly, within about 1 second between each shot, still pressing button (I know, this is not the same thing), I demonstrate this in the video below
- There is an option timelapse native
- Nokia Big Screen is pre-installed
- It does not seem possible to go beyond 30fps, by cons you can change the number of frames per second in the parameters, if necessary to descend (30, 25, 15 …).
- The continuous autofocus operates from 15/20 inches, not below (hence, also, the difficulty to focus on my video sample published at the MWC)
- On the Web, the browser is much smoother than on the N8, it is not yet at a terminal Windows Phone, Android or IOS, but it is much better (see in the video)
- Nokia Maps / Maps also works great on the 808 PV, more fluid than the N8, including zoom / zoom out (see video)
- I was not necessarily in excellent conditions for this, but I tested the speaker quickly and it seemed more powerful than the N8, it remains to be verified in a test