​Smartphones At MWC Unveil High Definition Dolby

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February 27, 2012

Smartphones and new products were unveiled at the MWC, known as the Mobile World Congress 2012 trade show in Barcelona, Spain, which starts today February 27th, where Nokia is expected a new device containing new Dolby technologies that will provide high definition.

The new Dolby technology, which includes headphones built into the smartphones, will be featured in the new 808 PureView phone, which was presented at the MWC, while an OS software update will be available for other Nokia devices to get the improved entertainment upgrade.

“The new Nokia 808 PureView is the latest smartphone to showcase Dolby technologies, to deliver an outstanding entertainment experience that is perfectly aligned with this groundbreaking phone’s capabilities. Meanwhile, the software upgrade for other Nokia smartphones also unleashes the power of Dolby technology to bring cinematic 5.1 surround sound that transforms music, movies, and games into a personal surround sound experience like no other,” said Andreas Spechtler, Regional Vice President, EMEA, Dolby Laboratories.

“With Dolby technologies enabled on more and more handsets and the launch of these new Dolby Digital Plus services from Voddler and Nokia Trailers, it adds an exciting new dimension for mobile entertainment,” added Spechtler.

Aside from Dolby Digital Plus technology the 808 will feature an astounding first of its kind 41 megapixel camera. The camera also allows for recording videos in 1080p resolution.