Nokia today updated its product portfolio with a range of new phones that included the long-awaited five-camera equipped Nokia 9 PureView.
Due to attending other events, I wasn’t able to visit the press launch in person so have had to go by the press release, but it seems like the Nokia 9 PureView has some great features, even if it does use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC instead of 855.
But the pros almost certainly outweigh the cons, and the new phone uses all five cameras to produce a single 12-megapixel HDR image that Nokia claims has outstanding dynamic range and depth of field.
Nokia 9 PureView sample photographs
Professional photographers can also capture images in uncompressed RAW mode to edit directly on the phone, thanks to a partnership with Adobe Lightroom.
Nokia says that half the art of photography is in post-production, and the Nokia 9 PureView gives you the opportunity to shine.
Nokia also launched the Nokia 210, an affordable feature phone with Internet access, the Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 3.2, and Nokia 4.2 (pictured above from right to left).
The Nokia 9 PureView is available to pre-order for £549 with a free pair of Nokia True Wireless Earbuds. According to Nokia, it is ready for shipping so customers shouldn’t have to wait long to take delivery.
More info: Nokia 9 PureView | Nokia website