The camera of Nokia 808 PureView is definitely its craziest feature. However, the other key features as the display, user interface and the operating system are a little lowly. Henceforth, the Nokia 808 PureView runs the Symbian Belle operating platform. It has an engine rated at 1.3 GHz and is a single-core chip only. The display size is 4-inches (corner to corner) but its resolution is a Nokia-style 360 x 640 (nHD).
The lovely ClearBlack display with low-resolution is, however, sufficient for Symbian Belle and its allied apps. An extended rocker below the screen provides access to the home screen, dialer and on/off switch. These physical buttons along with additional navigation options are situated directly above the touchscreen. The interface is finger friendly and responds quite quickly to swipes under the finger on the home screens.
The all-plastic build of the phone isn't that impressive and the plastic hard keys on the front are a little cheap. However, the entire rear of the phone is encased in matte plastic that's quite a contrast to the glossy materials on the front. On the whole, the build quality seems quite good, Nokia 808 PureView's materials don't convey a premiere device. Yet, it’s unlikely that potential buyers will not like it immediately or entirely put it off.Black, White, Red