Nokia is looking to regain a foothold in the smartphone market with its revolutionary new 808 PureView phone. The newly unveiled phone is built around a four-inch AMOLED display and a 1.3GHz processor that powers Nokia’s latest Belle operating system. But the real kicker with this new phone is Nokia’s PureView which allows the camera and its pristine Carl Zeiss optics to shoot up to 41 megapixels through an innovative pixel oversampling process. When shooting photos or video, this process effectively combines multiple pixels into a single “pure” pixel, eliminating visual noise and creating crisp, display-worthy photographs. Sixteen gigabytes of internal memory store those photos, while video recording clocks in with an impressive 1080p resolution. Videos can then be creatively edited on-board the camera directly and shared with the world. Check out the full specs in the Nokia press release here.