By Anton D. Nagy | August 10, 2012 2:02 AM
Windows Phone 8 is going to be a huge step-up from the current Microsoft mobile platform both for the Redmond-based company and its OEM partners. Jo Harlow, Nokia’s Executive VP for smart devices, said in a recent interview that the company is working with Microsoft to implement those enablers that Nokia needs in order to deliver imaging quality yet unseen by consumers.
Nokia’s focus is on image quality (and the 808 PureView is all about that). Espoo’s intention is to bring that specific technology to Windows Phone and also take it one step further: pictures taken in low light conditions need to be great, even if they’re taken one-handed. Nokia is thinking on how they can eliminate the blurriness on pics and implement that in Windows Phone to take “the best pictures of your life”. We don’t know about you but we can’t wait to see that Nokia Windows Phone 8!