How much would you be willing to pay for your next Nokia
contract, that is. With the Lumia 900 being practically given away for
free on a 2-year deal at AT&T, it's hard to stomach much over $99,
but somehow, Nokia thinks it has a shot at selling a few of its 808
PureView devices in the United States. At $699.
The 808 PureView isn't even a "smartphone
" by today's definition, opting
for Symbian as the operating system, and relying on just 512MB of RAM
and a single-core 1.3GHz processor.
But the one thing it does have? A
wild camera. There are 41 megapixels of awesomeness in there, and
there's zero doubt that folks are taking notice with such a figure. Of
course, a rad cameraphone is worth a premium, but $699? Yikes. You can
vote with your wallet by buying (or not buying) from Amazon now that
it's available in the U.S.A. Previously, it was only available in