HMD Global has packed three 12MP monochrome f/1.8 cameras and two 12MP RGB f/1.8 cameras for a total of five rear cameras. The Nokia 9 PureView is HMD's flagship offering and it truly raises the bar for smartphone photography - but not without a few caveats.
On the rear a well-placed fingerprint scanner sits below two cameras and a flash which are housed in possibly the thinnest camera bump we've witnessed. It packs a 3,320mAh battery pack and runs Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box. As we've come to expect from Nokia, it's a attractive design, constructed of aluminum and glass with a shimmery, metallic navy-blue back and shiny, silver aluminum accents around the edges.
Nokia 210 feature phone comes with internet support and Opera Mini browser built-in. The company is expected to play on the nostalgic factor this year as well with the Nokia N9, which was the Windows phone that came with an eye-catching design at that time (October 2011). The Nokia 1 Plus has a 3D nano textured back, and is 12 per cent slimmer than the previous phone. It's powered by a MediaTek 6739 processor and 1GB of RAM.
At the higher end, there's the Nokia 4.2, which features a 5.7-inch 720p 19:9 display, a Snapdragon 439 processor, between 2 and 3GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB of storage, and dual 13MP rear cameras. Nokia 1 Plus carries a price tag of $99. Better editing in Adobe Lightroom Of course, with all that image data you may be wondering about storage. The smartphone sports a single 13-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel selfie snapper. It's using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 rather than the newer Snapdragon 855, for instance, and there's IP67 waterproofing rather than IP68.
Most phones capture about 10 layers - but the Nokia 9 will capture 1200 layers instead.
Indeed, the 5-camera setup is unique and based on CNET images, fairly unique in the market.
Measuring 148.95 x 71.3 x 8.39mm, weighing 161g and with rounded corners and curved edges the Nokia 4.2 easy to hold, and it can be used one-handed without too much issue.
The Nokia 4.2 is backed by a 3,000mAh battery and the Nokia 3.2 gets its fuel from a 4,000mAh battery. It has a 18:9 aspect ratio and a 2K resolution, which should be more than enough to view those stunning cameras. There's only one variant of this particular smartphone, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
Nokia's also working with Google to integrate a dedicated Google Assistant button on the side of the phone, allowing owners to quickly check their Google Feed or activate Assistant's walkie-talkie mode by holding the button down. The Nokia 9 PureView screen also features an integrated fingerprint sensor, with security features further complemented by advanced biometric face unlock technology. We will, of course, be fully reviewing the Nokia 9 PureView as soon as we can.