The camera has a 41mp sensor. Not a great one, to be sure, but a 41mp sensor none the less. It then combines those pixels and over samples them to reduce the image down to 5 to 8 megapixels. The quality, however, is greatly improved in the process. The images produced by these things is amazing, to say the least.
So why on earth would Nokia fake camera footage demonstrating the new image stabilization feature in their demo video? I have no idea. But when it was discovered that their demo video was faked, it started a proverbial firestorm of criticism. What gets me is the camera is every bit as good as they say. So why the need to fake it and try to hide it?
As soon as it was discovered, Nokia owned up and said that they should have issued a disclaimer.
Here is real footage showing a side by side comparison using the image stabilization. As you can see, it is night and day difference. So I ask again, why the need to fake it?