Today we bring you a Nokia Belle edition of our Nokia Newsfeed. Here we round up some of the week’s most interesting and intriguing Nokia Belle and Symbian stories from around the web. This week we’ve got: more Nokia 808 PureView photos, another look at that the 808 PureView can do, Nokia Asha 302 video skills that may surprise you, and more.
Nokia Newsfeed is here to ensure you don’t miss out on those Nokia stories we don’t always get the chance to cover on NokNok. So here they are, ready to enjoy alongside your weekend brunch.
Want to see what the Nokia 808 PureView can do?
Sure you do. The guys at Engadget have been showing off some of the latest shots taken with the 808 PureView, with awesome results. Take a look, zoom in, and marvel at what’s on show.
Nokia 808 PureView Natural Density filters lets you achieve shots such as these
The above photos are basic examples of what the Nokia 808 PureView can do, but these really reveal some of the creative effects, and professional results the 808 PureView is capable of using creative blurring to enhance the subjects on show. You can see them on My Nokia Blog.
How to give your Nokia Belle phone the Nokia Pure font (at your own risk)
We love both Windows Phone 7.5 and Nokia Belle, but if you ever feel like giving your Nokia Belle phone a Nokia Lumia style makeover, this guide at Unleash the Phones tells you how to go about adding the Nokia Pure font seen in Nokia Windows phones, to your Nokia Belle phone.
Nokia Asha 302: the awesome video performance that may surprise you
When we reviewed the Nokia Asha 302 we were highly impressed with the Series 40 device. Its photo features was one of the highlights. For a 3.2-megapixel camera, it comes well equipped. Video too is similarly impressive. Just check out this video from AliqudsiMobile’s YouTube channel, and read about the results on My Nokia Blog to see what we mean.
Nokia 808 PureView goes up against the Samsung Galaxy S3
How does the Nokia 808 PureView stack up against the newest Android phone in a Nokia 808 PureView/Samsung Galaxy S3 face-off. The commenters over at All About Symbian have had a lot to say about this one. Where do you stand?