Nokia 9 PureView launched at MWC with 5 rear cameras

The Mi 9 and its shiny glass back. Image Sina Weibo Xiaomi

The Mi 9 and its shiny glass back. Image Sina Weibo Xiaomi

The USP is definitely the unbelievable five rear mounted cameras complimented with the HDR10 display and in-screen fingerprint plus wireless charging included.

HMD also unveiled a feature phone Nokia 210 that will be priced around Rs 3,500 a unit. Nokia 9 PureView's two colour sensors and three monochromatic sensors give sharpness and detail.

The phone itself looks handsome, though easily attracts fingerprint smudges given the glossy finish. This is not the first time we heard this name.

The Nokia 9 PureView has a total of six cameras, a front facing 20 MP sensor for selfies alongside five 12 MP f/1.8 cameras on the rear.

The camera setup on the Nokia 4.2 includes a 13-megapixel, f/2.2 primary camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.


The phone feels every bit premium and you will realise this as soon as you hold it in your hands. Till now, Nokia 9 will be available in only sole Midnight Blue color.

On the front is a 2K pOLED panel and the screen size is 5.99-inch.

Ever since Nokia's comeback to the mainstream smartphone market, the brand has released some wonderful smartphones with a very balanced and charming approach. The Nokia 9 PureView's camera structure has been advanced in an enterprise with Light.

With little in terms of scope for differentiation when it comes to smartphones these days, device makers have started to fall back on camera technology to help their offerings stand out from the competition in the market. As we know from previous leaks, there isn't anything special here except for the five rear cameras and an in-display fingerprint scanner.

I tried out the Nokia 9 PureView and the photos looked quite sharp and detailed.


Guo's commentary comes in retaliation to accusations by the U.S. against Huawei, who it says represents a security risk and is linked to the Chinese government, allowing for snooping and illegal access to users' personal information. There is a 20MP camera upfront.

No doubt, the Finnish company, Nokia, has shown such a tremendous come back by launching its high-end smartphones.

There is the ability to adjust blur after image has been taken as well and in Google Photos too, which is great for when you decide to adjust the blur. Well, the photo taken from all the five cameras is combined which results in a superb dynamic range. It comes with 2GB and 3GB RAM options coupled with 16GB or 32GB of internal storage which can be further expanded to 400GB via a microSD card. The Nokia 9 PureView works with Android 9 Pie as an operating system and includes an improved Pro Camera interface.

Nokia 9 PureView has RAW file support as well. This smartphone also supports Qi wireless charging and has a metal and glass body. The Nokia PureView is also IP67 certified for resistance to water and dust and has a USB Type-C port.

On the front, the Nokia 9 PureView has no buttons, with an optical in-display fingerprint sensor - different to Samsung's Galaxy S10 ultrasonic sensor.


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