HMD Global, which is home to Nokia smartphones, recently unveiled the Nokia 9 PureView smartphone with penta-lens camera setup at an event in Barcelona on the sidelines of MWC 2019. It is available in the USA market for $699 (approximately Rs 49,700). The long-awaited flagship from HMD Global is a photographer's dream with its penta-lens camera setup on the rear.
Nokia 9 PureView has received its first software update on the same day of its first sale.
Next up is the more accurate depth of field rendering that is made possible by the five different perspectives. It has been only a few weeks since the official launch of the Nokia 9 PureView smartphone and the device is already receiving its first firmware update.
The 15% off retail makes the product even more competitive while offers some really good qualities.
The cameras are placed in a ring position and three of them feature 12MP monochrome lenses while two feature 12MP RGB cameras.
Now buikng awesome android smartphones even with modern look and notch, unbelievable camera and glass body frames, Nokia is really back on track to claim old glory. And unlike other multi-sensor smartphones, the Nokia 9 PureView is unique in that all the lenses capture an image at the same time and uses Light's (Nokia's partner company) algorithm to combine information from all the sensors and produce a single, high-end photograph as the end result. You can also shoot RAW photos, film in 4K HDR, and if that is not enough, then you can use the 20 MP selfie camera.
The update is rolling out for the USA and it came on the same day Nokia 9 PureView went on sale in the country.
We finally got to see the latest Nokia at the Mobile World Congress 2019, and it looks incredible! And given the fact that this smartphone has five cameras, that's a pretty big deal. "It comes with a 5.99" edge-to-edge pOLED QHD display with 2K resolution that supports HDR10. The device also features an in-display finger print sensor and is also wireless charging enabled.
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