Nokia 9 PureView reviews – The design of the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView leaked and circulated on the Internet, with an elegant and luxurious look and maintains the shape of the brand’s distinctive feature box.
Phones that might be dubbed Nokia 9.1 PureView or Nokia 10, referring to the photos, are equipped with Waterfall screen to curve to a side corner like the Samsung Galaxy S series screen.
According to photos published by the Chinese media CNMO quoted Tuesday, the successor of Nokia 9 PureView has a front camera at the top of the device along with the sensor. In the upper right corner there will be a Nokia logo.
In the upper back, there is a circular primary camera module that will have 5 cameras with Zeiss optics. On the side of the camera module there will be a ToF sensor right under the LED Flash.
The Nokia 9 PureView is the first smartphone to immerse a five-camera configuration (Penta-camera), at a time when other vendors are still “busy” exhibiting three camera phones (triple-camera) or four cameras (quad-camera).
The five cameras are accompanied by LED Flash to assist with shooting at night. There is also a 3D Time of Flight (ToF) feature to provide more capable Augmented Reality (AR) capabilities.
The fifth Nokia 9 Pureview camera relies on a 12-megapixel sensor with Zeiss lens. Each one consists of a pair of RGB sensors and three monochrome sensors.
When a user Shoots a photo with a Nokia 9 PureView, the fifth camera sensor functions simultaneously to capture an image with varying exposures. The fifth camera shot is then merged to produce the final frame.
With this technique, the collected light is claimed to be 10 times more than conventional phone cameras. In addition, ToF features are also called to produce professional classy rendering depth.
The Smartphone can produce photos in RAW format for maximum image editing. There is also Lightroom’s editing app available as a built-in service.
Nokia 9 PureView is a Snapdragon 845 that is combined with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. The phone carries an OLED display with a 5.99 inch high-resolution 2K display.
Inside the screen is also an embedded fingerprint scanner sensor as a security system. The Smartphone supports NFC, wireless charging and USB-C port capabilities.
Not only that, the screen is also protected Gorilla Glass 5. The Nokia 9 PureView is equipped with a 3,320 mAh battery and is run with a pure Android version of Pie operating system, as compiled from Gizmochina. There will only be one color type that is midnight blue sold starting from $699.
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