Lehmann Aviation LA300 aerial drone officially announced
A new aerial surveillance drone has been announced. It is called the Lehmann Aviation LA300 and it has been exclusively designed to work with the Nokia Lumia 1020. The unmanned aerial vehicle and 41-megapixel cameraphone will work together to provide superior mapping and other exciting applications.
Nokia Lumia 1020 announced with 41-megapixel camera
The Nokia Lumia 1020, the sought-after 41-megapixel Windows Phone 8 mobile device, has become official. The smartphone features optical image stabilization and a backside-illuminated sensor among others. It will be capable to zoom up to 6x when recording 720p videos and will become available as of July 26 at AT&T.
Nokia EOS 41-megapixel smartphone announcement date is July 11
Nokia will take the smartphone and photography industries by storm once again by announcing a 41-megapixel camera phone on July 11. The company has begun teasing its handset, saying that there are “41 million reasons” to “zoom in” on the July 11 event, where consumers will witness the “reinvention of the zoom”.
Nokia hints at Lytro-like support in future Lumia smartphones
Nokia’s Executive Vice President of Smart Devices, Jo Harlow, has declared in a recent interview that future Lumia smartphones will come packed with support for Lytro-like computational photography. Harlow said that this is the next step in smartphone photography and that Nokia will not miss this train, having invested in Pelican Imaging.
Nokia EOS 41-megapixel smartphone to be announced on May 14
Nokia will remain committed to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, despite investors’ criticism and urgency to switch to Android. However, May 14 is a special date for the Finnish company, as a special global event will take place. The Nokia EOS smartphone will be unveiled, alongside a monstrous 41-megapixel camera.
Nokia investing in Pelican to bring Lytro-like effect to Lumia series
Nokia has revealed its plans to invest in Pelican Imaging. Pelican’s image sensors can capture high-resolution images, which will allow photographers to refocus the shots after taking them. Nokia is looking to attract more customers and Pelican is seen as a major opportunity to tempt iPhone and Android customers.
New rumors about Nokia’s next 41 megapixel camera phone
Is Canon backing Nokia? The Finnish company’s next smartphone, boosting a 41-megapixel camera, is rumored to be nicknamed EOS. A source “familiar with Nokia’s plans” has revealed almost complete specifications, including AMOLED screen, optical image stabilization, and variable aperture lens.