Nokia just introduced their 808 PureView smart phone with a 41 MP camera. This is even higher than the yet to be marketed Nikon D800 at 36MP! Nokia and Nikon think there are consumers who simply believe more MP is better. Very soon people will begin to learn very fast more MP is not everything. Rather the quality of the MP is much more important above a certain MP threshold. Very much like Kodak, Nokia seems to be taking another wrong turn or is it a technology of the future at reducing noise via pixel binning and digital zooming? Anyone interest in a smart phone with 41 MP camera at just about USD600 a piece? Below is the link for more info.