Every picture taken with the Nokia 9 PureView is HDR, all five cameras work together simultaneously to capture your image and Nokia 9 PureView fuses it together into one 12MP photo with outstanding dynamic range and unparalleled depth of field.
Actually, three out of Nokia 9's five cameras shoot in Black and White. Monochrome is there to bring detail and because there are three sensors, then can capture this detail at different settings. It is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of in-built storage.
There are now only a few hours left until the official presentation of one of the most anticipated and talked about smartphones of the last few months, we are talking about Nokia 9 PureView. Nokia rethought the typical duties of the chipset for crunching images, and shifted some of the responsibilities around to improve efficiency. The Nokia 9 will save 12 MP JPEGs as well as RAW, DNG formats on the phone.
The unparalleled high-fidelity 12MP depth map created with each JPG enables attractive Bokeh and provides the opportunity to explore your inner artist using Google Photo's built in depth editor.
The depth map allows attractive bokeh, giving you the possibility to adjust focus in Google Photos after you have taken the shot. In addition to an array of new and updated budget phones for 2019, the Finnish company unveiled its first high-end flagship, the Nokia 9 PureView. The Nokia 9's PureDisplay supports HDR10 for vivid colors and sharp details. That's something that's far from a given on even much more expensive smartphones.
There's something called Pro Camera UI where you can set the exposure value to 10 seconds.
All five cameras will fire each time you press the shutter, Nokia says.
The Nokia 9 PureView is packed with advanced technologies. It's using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 rather than the newer Snapdragon 855, for instance, and there's IP67 waterproofing rather than IP68.
Another highlight is the presence of an in-display fingerprint scanner and wireless charging support. Handsome design with an in-screen fingerprint sensor to bootNo, the back isn't triggering our Trypophobia - quite the opposite, in fact.
Speaking at the launch, Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global said: "Today we use our heritage of innovation to take a bold step - pioneering a truly innovative approach to imaging with the Nokia 9 PureView".
That's because it's got five (count 'em) lenses on the back. Be assured that the Nokia 9 PureView will get through the knocks and mishaps of real-life with a 6000 series aluminium chassis with our signature dual diamond cuts and the Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5 on the front and back. Nokia 9 PureView is also capable of panoramas, which can quickly tot up to more than 240-megapixels. It joins the comprehensive line-up of Nokia smartphones in the Android One family, which means it delivers the latest Android innovations and software experiences. It comes in two storage variants of 2GB+16GB and 3GB+32GB.
The phone includes an 8MP rear camera with features such as an LED flash, optimised autofocus, and colour-adaptive noise reduction, as well as a 5MP front camera.