The Nokia 808 PureView, a Symbian-powered handset famous for its 41-megapixel camera, is set to make its debut this month. Nokia has announced today that the device will be available in “select markets” — namely India and Russia — during the coming weeks.

The Nokia 808 is the first device from the upcoming family of PureView devices, and it got its first unveiling at Mobile World Congress back in February. Users have been very impressed by its 41-megapixel camera, which promises to “revolutionize the imaging experience,” and, like many of Nokia’s devices, features Carl Zeiss optics.

Other features include a 4-inch nHD AMOLED display with a resolution of 640 x 360, a 1.3GHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage.

The device is expected to make its debut with a price tag around €450 (approx. $592), but this is yet to be confirmed by Nokia.

One thing the Finnish company has confirmed is that PureView technology will be making its way to its future Windows Phone devices, so you won’t need to adopt the Symbian operating system just to get your hands on it. However, you can bet the Symbian devices will be much cheaper.

Are you looking forward to the Nokia 808 PureView?

[via Engadget]