HMG Global is using five cameras on the back of the device, all of which are basically the same.
With a 21:9 display, a dual-camera system and aging Qualcomm Snapdragon 630-tier chipsets, you might be wondering how much you'd pay for a Sony Xperia 10 or Xperia 10 Plus. With the handset officially gone on sale in the US, customers will receive more encouragement in picking up the Penta-lens camera flagship because of the $100 discount they will get during this week, so make sure that you take advantage of this opportunity as early as possible.
Moving on to B&H, a purchase of the Nokia 9 PureView gives you a 10050mAh Mophie Encore Plus powerbank absolutely free, along with a free gift of choice such as a fitness tracker or Bluetooth earphones.
The Nokia 9 PureView is getting its first software update today, and it brings in a bevy of new features.
Still talking about good work, it's a smart move by HMD Global to release the Nokia 9 at a time when cameras seem to be the "in-thing" in the smartphone ecosystem.
The five lenses were made with ZEISS optics, a trusted brand in the professional camera world. The handset offers three 12-megapixel monochrome sensors and two 12-megapixel RGB sensors. All lenses have an aperture of /f1.8, 28mm. Using depth mode, Nokia 9 PureView can identify over 1,200 layers which it uses to build a detailed depth map. Impressively the case is just 8mm thick, and there's no camera bump in sight, despite the huge amount of photography tech inside.
HMD Global, before the release of the device, hinted that the device was meant for photographers.
At MWC 2019 last week, Nokia announced its flagship smartphone, the Nokia 9 PureView. What does this mean for users of Nokia's latest devices? As you are likely going to be using the camera a lot more, to take plenty more pictures.