Nokia 9 Pureview : HMD Global is missing its top model 5 main cameras

Nokia smartphone maker HMD Global has unveiled its long-awaited Nokia 9 Pureview top model in Barcelona. The device comes with no less than five cameras on the back
hree and four cameras are already known in the smartphone world. HMD Global reaches new heights with its new Nokia 9 Pureview: There are five cameras on the back of the device. In contrast to the competition, which now relies on telephoto and wide-angle, the five sensors are always working together to produce the largest possible dynamic range and "unprecedented depth of field," according to HMD Global

Nokia 9 Pureview with Carl Zeiss optics and know-how from Light

HMD Global has received expertise from the US camera startup Light for its new Pureview smartphone , which caused a sensation with its first product. The light camera has 16 cameras with different focal lengths. While there are not many in the Nokia 9 Pureview, the five sensors with twelve megapixels each, f / 1.8 aperture and 1.25 micron pixels and Carl Zeiss optics should be enough for a smartphone camera. Three sensors of the camera array take only monochrome images and should increase the dynamic range and contrast.
When the camera is triggered, all five cameras capture the same photo. The image information is assembled into an image that can be between 60 and 240 megapixels in size. Thanks to the five-camera technology, the Pureview cam should be able to record ten times more light than conventional cameras.

Furthermore, the Google Photos editor offers the option of subsequently changing the focus point in 1,000 steps. Furthermore, the Pureview camera automatically adapts to different scenarios with the help of computational photography. For post-processing via Lightroom or other applications, photos can also be recorded in RAW format (DNG), the shutter speed can be increased up to 10 seconds. Videos can be captured at up to 4K resolution. On the front sits a 20-megapixel camera

Nokia 9 Pureview comes with 2018 superclass chip

HMD Global has apparently focused on the Nokia 9 Pureview primarily on the camera. The further equipment is lifted, with the processor however the manufacturer sets on Qualcomms 2018er Top chip Snapdragon 845, which is still good, but already from the Snapdragon 855 was replaced. The main memory is six gigabytes in size, the internal memory measures 128 gigabytes.
The display diagonal of the pOLED screen with HDR-10 support is 5.99 inches, it resolves with 2,880 x 1,440 pixels and has an optical fingerprint sensor under the display glass, such as Oneplus and Huawei use it. The battery of the Nokia 9 is 3,320 milliamps in size and can either be charged quickly via Quickcharge or slower wirelessly via Qi-Wireless. Other features include a USB port, NFC, Bluetooth 5 with aptX Hi-Res audio and Gigabit LTE.
As usual for HMD Global, the smartphone is equipped with pure Android 9 Pie, which receives two years of major updates. It's part of the Android One family. The Nokia 9 Pureview will go on sale in blue at the price of 649 euros towards the end of March.

More than just Nokia 9 Pureview: New Nokia entry-level

The Nokia 9 Pureview is not the only product that brought HMD Global to Barcelona. In addition, the company has announced three more Android devices: the Nokia 3.2 and 4.2 with Android One and the Nokia 1 Plus with Android 9 Go Edition. Nokia 3.2 and 4.2 both come with dual camera, notch and dedicated google assistant button. The 3.2 has a 6.29 inch, the 4.2 a 5.7-inch display, each with 1,520 x 720 pixels. The 3.2 costs with three gigabytes of RAM and 32 gigabytes of storage 149 euros. For the 4.1 fall to 199 euros. The cheapest of the new models is the Nokia 1 Plus with 5.45 inch screen and FWVGA + resolution. The device costs 109 euros

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