Nokia Announced Nokia 9 PureView smartphone with 5-lens Camera

Nokia Announced Nokia 9 PureView smartphone with 5-lens Camera

Lindsey Duncan
March 7, 2019

HMD Global has officially unveiled the Nokia 9 PureView smartphone at a press event in Barcelona on the sidelines of the Mobile World Congress 2019. The promotional price is valid for some time only after which the phone will cost $699.

As for the specifications, the highlight of the Nokia 9 PureView is its five rear cameras with Zeiss certified lenses.

One of the reasons the smartphone got so many attention is it being the first ever smartphone to ship with five cameras. With the handset officially gone on sale in the USA, customers will receive more encouragement in picking up the Penta-lens camera flagship because of the $100 discount they will get during this week, so make sure that you take advantage of this opportunity as early as possible.

HMD Global published the kernel source code for the newly announced Nokia 1 Plus.

Nokia 9 Penta-Camera

The 15% off retail makes the product even more competitive while offers some really good qualities. The primary setup comprises of three 12MP monochrome and two 12MP RGB sensors for imaging. All lenses have an aperture of /f1.8, 28mm. 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. Up front, there is a 20-megapixel camera for capturing selfies. The phone is not released in the markets yet, but it will be launched by HMD Global Anytime soon.

The Nokia 9 PureView is an Android One device and comes with Snapdragon 845 processor which is outdated for a 2019 flagship device.

Nokia 9 is listed at a price of $549.99 on Best Buy in the USA market. And given the fact that this smartphone has five cameras, that's a pretty big deal.

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