Today, Nokia unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona the most advanced camera-phone in the world, namely the Nokia 808 PureView. The new device will be released sometime in the second quarter of the year with a 41-megapixel photo snapper packed on the back. The handset vendor included PureView Pro imaging technology with the new device, to provide it with great image and video shooting capabilities. Nokia 808 PureView was made official with the Nokia (Symbian) Belle operating system on board, and with features that remind us of the Nokia N8. It sports a 4-inch touchscreen display with Corning Gorilla Glass that can deliver a 640 x 360 pixels resolution, along with a single-core 1.3GHz ARM 11 application processor inside, with 2D/3D Graphics HW Accelerator with OpenVG1.1 and OpenGL ES 2.0 support. The new device comes with 512 MB of RAM, along with 1GB ROM and 16GB of internal memory. Moreover, it offers support for up to 32GB of additional storage space, courtesy of an integrated microSD memory card slot. The handset was packed with GSM, WCDMA Band I, II, IV, V and VIII connectivity, HSDPA Cat10 14.4 Mbps, HSUPA Cat6 5.76 Mbps, WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and GPS receiver. The new device also sports DLNA Certification and a HDMI Connector. The Nokia 808 PureView measures 123.9 x 60.2 x 13.9 mm and weighs 169 grams. Its battery can deliver up to 11.0 hours of talk time, or up to 540.0 hours of standby time. On top of that, users will benefit from the great recording capabilities that Nokia packed the new device with. “The phone features a 41 MP camera sensor with PureView Pro imaging technology, powerful Xenon flash, LED video light and 1080p Full HD video recording with up to 4x lossless zoom that’s smooth and completely silent,” Nokia explains. “It is also the world’s first device to include Nokia Rich Recording, which combines a unique digital microphone technology and Nokia algorithms to record distortion-free stereo audio at levels of up to 140 dB.”