Hands-On with the HMD Global’s new Nokia 9 PureView


Powered by the Snapdragon 845 processor, the Nokia 9 isn't the most powerful smartphone you'd find in 2019 but with quality, quirks to go along the phone proves to be a strong contender in the modern smartphone space. Over the weekend during MWC, Nokia announced the new Nokia 9 PureView, their new smartphone with five cameras.

The smartphone is priced at $699 in the global market which is roughly equal to Rs 50,000 and is expected to be available for sale from March in the Indian market. From a number of phones with three rear cameras, a 48-megapixel camera on the Redmi Note 7 and the Nova 4, even the sight of 5 cameras (3 at the back and 2 in the front)?

In the camera department, the Nokia 9 PureView features a five ZEISS rear camera setup, which includes, two 12MP f/1.8 color sensors (RGB), and three 12MP f/1.8 monochrome sensors.

The phone itself looks attractive, though easily attracts fingerprint smudges given the glossy finish.

There is a 2500mAh battery on the device and is just a single SIM variant targeted towards first time Android users.

Talking about Nokia 9 PureView camera, the five 12 MP cameras collect up to 10 times more light than a single smartphone camera color1 sensor.

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The phone feels every bit premium and you will realise this as soon as you hold it in your hands. But in this article we look at the Nokia 9 PureView, after its Penta-Lens Camera took the spot light at the event. Gorilla Glass 5 is also available for protection here. The display takes up pretty much the entire front, except a thin chin at the bottom.

The Nokia 3.2 comes with a tall 6.26 inch TFT screen with a resolution of 720 x 1,520 pixels along with a tiny water drop notch on top.

The Nokia 210's battery will last almost a month, bringing back the Nokia of old, when its smartphones never died. The front-facing camera is 8MP with an AI-driven Face Unlock built-in.

That won't challenge the hardware developers have packed under the five cameras and the 5.9-inch screen on the other side: there is an octa-core processor and 6GB of RAM to ensure that editing those large files wouldn't be a rough cut.

He said the Chinese government had "never" asked for Huawei to "install backdoors" into its technology, and stressed that the company knows that "the 5G rollout requires the highest levels of confidence, but it is a technical challenge, not a political one". There is a 20MP camera upfront. These cameras set enormous focus on photography. It will give you the content in greater detail, contrast and color. That results in less noisy images crisping in from of our eyes with crystal clear sharpness and tons of dynamic range. It comes with 2GB and 3GB RAM options coupled with 16GB or 32GB of internal storage which can be further expanded to 400GB via a microSD card.

For all Nokia smartphones is the update promise: At least two years, the manufacturer delivers system updates, the monthly security updates, there is one more year. The Nokia 3.2 also includes a 3.5mm audio jack and a Micro-USB port.