HMD Global took a long time to get the Nokia 9.3 PureView correctly. They are very serious to seek above-average camera capabilities.
The public has heard news that the camera will use the 108 MP sensor. Now the source claimed the camera can record 8K video at 30fps, Nokia Power User reported.
With the record, if the engineers succeeded with the project is being directed. They worked hard trying to complete the image processing algorithm. Part of what makes 8K video possible on the Snapdragon 865 chipset. Just a note, Nokia 9.3 PureView initially will only use the Snapdragon 855.
As for the unmoving photography of photo aliases, the HMD Global team focuses on Pro and night mode. For Pro mode, they fine-tune image processing algorithms and manual controls. Night Mode will have greater pixel benefits (probably because of binning) and OIS.
Keep in mind, this feature already exists on all three Samsung Galaxy S20 family members. Also there are on other ultra-high-end phones such as LG V60 ThinQ and Xiaomi Mi 10.
On paper is better than the Flagship today
At the same time, it’s important to highlight that devices such as OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro or Motorola Edge + should be satisfied with 4K or 6K video capturing features.
Of course, the technology is not for everyone at the moment. Due to data storage problems and high TV 8K price, but who does not like a smartphone that is already proven in the future?
Especially mobile phones that have the front camera at the bottom of the screen, the screen refreshes 120Hz, a five-lens rear imaging arrangement including an ultra-wide angle shooter of 108 MP and a 64 MP main camera, and of course, 5G connectivity as standard.
In the meantime, we still have to see if HMD can really be a decent rival for Samsung and Apple. The mobile public hasn’t heard anything about the iPhone 12 family that integrates 8K video recording technology.
This could be a good starting point for the Nokia 9.3 PureView to stand out among the others. Plus the no-notch and no-hole front design approach.
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