Published: Thu, March 07, 2019
IT | By Jonathon Greene

Nokia 9 PureView with Five Cameras Launches for $599 on March 3rd

Nokia 9 PureView with Five Cameras Launches for $599 on March 3rd

Leaving the internal hardware parts aside, the feature that makes Nokia 9 PureView stand out the most is its five camera-setup. How do these lenses function?

The phone packs five rear cameras with Zeiss certified lenses, which are joined by three 12-megapixel monochrome sensors and two 12-megapixel RGB sensors. All five are used in every shot, with the results stitched together to create what should be one phenomenal-looking and highly detailed image. Also, each camera will automatically adjust the exposure for a dynamic range that will be enhanced when in different light conditions.

Nokia 9 PureView which is the world's first phone with five cameras has got its first update, which adds face-unlock and brings camera improvements. 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 Nokia 9 PureView runs on Android 9 Pie and will come with next-generation Pro Camera user-interface, which will allow the consumers to take effective control of the penta-lens setup, including allowing them to take native monochrome shots. It offers a USB Type-C port and lacks 3.5mm headphone jack. The set of features it comes with is very enticing and can be a flagship killer for other companies. "The Nokia 3.2 features an impressive 6.26" HD+ display so you'll never struggle and strain to see more of your favourite movies, TV shows and streams.

Still talking about good work, it's a smart move by HMD Global to release the Nokia 9 at a time when cameras seem to be the "in-thing" in the smartphone ecosystem.

On top of the Snapdragon 845 chipset inside, the Nokia 9 PureView also boasts 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. She has been instrumental in making sure the content on the site is clear and accurate for our readers. Debra received a BA and and MA from Fordham University.

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