The Nokia Lumia 920 has one of the more powerful cameras on the market, but the fact is that Nokia is ready to improve even more. This is what emerges from the statements made by Juha Alakarhu, Head of Digital Imaging at Nokia at CES 2013 in Las Vegas. In the interview, Alakarhu referred to the new technology listed PureView already at its time in the Nokia 808 PureView and indivisible part of the data sheet of the new Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820. In fact, for a while now Nokia has combined his classical lens Carl Zeiss made in Germany with a powerful image stabilization, whose effects are noticeable in the current flagship of the firm. The best news of all, officially offered by the firm responsible for this has to do with a new update firmware for Nokia Lumia 920. This amply improve some aspects of the camera.
According Alakarhu, the Lumia 920 will receive a new set of data that will allow users to improve the performance of the camera, as did the first update. Thanks to the latest update, users of this phone have the opportunity to capture higher quality images in situations or scenarios with very little light, even at night. The second phase of renovation will continue to provide new features and performance enhancements and integrated into the operation of the camera. The discussed below, as Nokia is planning to present the data packet to the general public. Meanwhile, the firm responsible for this has not wanted to move developments regarding smart phones or smartphones to be presented in a more or less near future. In fact, it have the next round in the 2013 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to be held in late February and in which Nokia is one of the most anticipated participants. Espoo present a new collection of terminals within the family Lumia, equipped with the latest Microsoft mobile platform, Windows Phone 8.
The Nokia Lumia 920 was presented with a 8.7 megapixel camera, capable of imaging at a size of 3,264 x 2,448 pixels. PureView Technology and Carl Zeiss optics is integrated with aperture f/2.0, useful elements to capture high quality, even if it is made through a mobile phone. It also incorporates such important functions as the autofocus, a dual LED flash for high power, white balance, digital zoom of four increases, geolocation of images and the ability to record video FullHD 1080 @ 30fps. One of its most important functions. In tests, the Nokia Lumia 920 camera delivers excellent results for video recording in situations with a lot of movement. With the latest update, the software PR.1.1 managed to incorporate the system improved white balance and the possibility of shooting in very low light environments. Experts say most critics, the results are still excellent, and that improvements in the new update could be even more relevant.