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Thursday, 11 July 2013 10:26

Nokia bets on the camera

Written by Nick Farrell



Everyone wants 41 Megapixels


Nokia is hoping to pull its nadgers out of the fire by releasing a smartphone with a 41-megapixel camera. 

The hope is that users will buy phones on the basis of the camera that comes with it. Analysts, however, are skeptical that a new camera for the flagship Lumia smartphone will be enough for the Finnish company to regain market share from Samsung.
Several said that Nokia needs to market the handsets more aggressively, something it is running out of cash to do. 

Thing is that even if it markets it, who really cares how many pixels a phone camera has?


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