, I don't think that a comparison with an entry level DSLR is valid, without comparing the two at lower light levels. I've seen several point and shoot cameras that perform as well as a DSLR at ISO 100, but quickly introduce noise as the ISO goes up. I would expect that to be the case here, as they only show "best case" scenarios with their images.
Placing this sort of tech into a bigger body may eliminate this, and I'm not arguing that at all. However, that's really against the scope of this article as we're discussing the camera as it applies to this phone, not the technology itself.+Sampath Rajapakse
, so it would appear that Nokia isn't dropping Symbian support. However, with a greatly diminished marketshare one would wonder how well it truly will be supported. Just because it's officially
supported, doesn't mean that they really dedicate much in the way of actual resources. I'm skeptical of that, as right now it's really an Apple vs. Android world. Even the Windows Phone OS stands a better chance than Symbian, which is why Nokia was heading towards Windows.