The Nokia 9 PureView screen also features an integrated fingerprint sensor, with security features further complemented by advanced biometric face unlock technology.
Nokia 9 PureView is relying on shooting with all five of the sensors at the same time to stitch together the ideal image. Featuring a dedicated imaging co-processor that individually adjusts exposure and white balance on each camera across the scene, the Nokia 9 PureView gives you a glimpse into the future of smartphone photography. Dubbed as Nokia 9 PureView, the smartphone comes with five camera set up array at the back.
Nokia has partnered with Light for the five-camera setup. The penta rear camera setup is not something we haven't seen before, if we had to guess - the configuration should consist of a primary sensor, an ultra wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, a depth sensor and possibly a ToF (time of flight) sensor for better portrait shots. Each lens can be controlled individually and comes with HDR support. The rear camera is 13MP and it has a 5MP front camera. Inside there's a Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 processor along with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage for $139. It has a 6-inch OLED display protected by Gorilla Glass 5 to avoid scratches and scuffs, a 20MP front-facing selfie camera, and runs Android 9.0 Pie. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA display and a rear VGA camera. There is also a Mobile Store, from where you can download some apps.
The Nokia 210 is a feature phone with candy bar design. The Nokia 1 Plus has a 3D nano textured back, and is 12 per cent slimmer than the previous phone. It's powered by a MediaTek 6739 processor and 1GB of RAM.
The Nokia 9 PureView will retail at an average price of $699 and start shipping in March. As we've come to expect from Nokia, it's a handsome design, constructed of aluminum and glass with a shimmery, metallic navy-blue back and shiny, silver aluminum accents around the edges.
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With a pure Android installation, the smartphones do not come with any major or unnecessary user interface (UI) changes or hidden processes that would eat up battery life or slow them down, the company claimed. Xiaomi Unveils Mi Mix 3, Its Maiden 5G Phone, Starting at Rs 48,258.
There's no OIS included, but between the 5 sensors and the computational photography, it's unlikely that the Nokia 9 will need it. HMD also made special note that the Nokia 9 will not feature the all-too-familiar camera bump - preferring instead to create a seamless unibody housing, which I think I prefer. The smartphone has a 5.71-inch HD+ display with 19:9 aspect ratio.
A 3,320 mAh battery keeps the phone humming and it can be topped up via Quick Charge 3 as well by wireless charging. Its power button also doubles as an LED indicator for notifications.
HMD Global is kicking off pre-orders for this highly aspirational device in some markets right away and it will be interesting to see the response it gets. Nokia 4.2 will ship with Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box.