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szdaily -> Tech and Science
Nokia Bothie, a new take on selfies
    2017-August-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Nokia has unveiled its first flagship* Android smartphone — Nokia 8 — as the firm attempts to challenge the likes of Samsung and Apple for the first time.

The new device, which will cost US$700, comes with a split screen camera feature called “Dual Sight” that combines a photo or video from the front and rear-facing cameras at the same time.

The result is what Nokia is calling a “Bothie,” which the company hopes will offer a new take on selfies.

The Nokia brand is now under license to Finnish startup HMD Global, which sparked the firm’s revival earlier this year. Since then Nokia has launched three mid-range Android phones — the Nokia 3,5 and 6, as well as a revamped* version of the 17-year-old 3310.

Nokia 8 will go on sale in early September and the device was aimed at social media users and video creators.

It features dual 13-megapixel* rear cameras, as well as a 13-megapixel front-facing camera. Both the front and rear cameras feature optics technology from imaging giant Zeiss, who announced a new partnership with Nokia and HMD Global last month.

Image fusion algorithms* are in place to combine images captured by the two rear lenses into single photos.

The new phone also houses spatial audio technology previously only used in Nokia’s high-end OZO 360 camera. This records sound using three different microphones and can play back sound in multiple directions, imitating how it was captured during recording.

Nokia is offering four color options: Polished blue, polished copper, steel and tempered blue.

Live video captured using Nokia 8’s Dual Sight mode can be shared directly to Facebook or YouTube from within the phone’s camera app.(SD-Agencies)

 

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