1. MojoDoj0's Avatar
    When I first saw the picture on the 6-inch screen, I thought of the aluminum body that was leaked a few months ago. I hope the two parts are made ​​for each other.
    Rumor has it that any Nokia phablet will have the same camera as in the Lumia 1020. But the hole on the aluminum body does not look as big as the camera hole in the 1020. This made me think of Pelican imaging technology. Pelican Imaging latest software is designed to fit perfectly with Snapdragon 800. Which would fit perfectly into a phablet. And the camera hole on the aluminium body looks just enough to fit the pelican camera.
    Do you think Nokia will have such a camera in their phablet? How would you feel about such a phone?

    Give me your thoughts, would it be possible? necessary? too soon? pros and cons?

    07-30-2013 09:39 PM
  2. jgbstetson's Avatar
    Ooo, I like where your head's at, putting together that display and Al body. Could be a match.

    One thing to keep in mind about that Pelican sensor: it is very thin and I'm not sure it would necessitate a hump, but I only know what I've seen in press releases.

    I asked Pelican directly when they expected this tech to come to consumer devices. They maintain that it will not appear until 2014.

    All this info together tells me that the phablet will have a 1020 camera package. I think MS and Nokia are laying the foundation to bring this tech to phones for sure, but I see this driving Nokias push into the tablet market. Why? Because 3D printing support is native to 8.1 and the Pelican sensor and supporting software can create a 3D file from a 360 degree shot. Yeah, imagine a Nokia tablet that can capture moments and print them in 3D. Wild ****.
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    07-30-2013 09:56 PM
  3. squire777's Avatar
    It could very well be the hole for the same camera as the 1020

    07-30-2013 11:49 PM
  4. MojoDoj0's Avatar
    Where should the xenon flash be placed then?
    07-31-2013 03:00 AM
  5. Tr00per's Avatar
    In the oval hole next to the square hole in the picture above showing the back panel of the device, no ?.
    07-31-2013 05:39 AM
  6. Juanma Herrera's Avatar
    41 mpx sensor + double led flash instead of xenon is able to fit in the metallic body.
    07-31-2013 06:18 AM
  7. tissotti's Avatar
    In the oval hole next to the square hole in the picture above showing the back panel of the device, no ?.
    no, not enough of room. It's for dual LED.
    I can't quite see how Nokia could possibly fit the 41MP sensor in that space. That space should be 2-4mm thicker.
    07-31-2013 09:13 AM
  8. MojoDoj0's Avatar
    Thats what I also thought, and put a sensor like the one in the 1020 without Xenon flash is like cutting the quality for the images taken with flash.
    07-31-2013 01:15 PM

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