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  • Pentamere Nokia 9 PureView in action

    Even before the announcement of Nokia 9 PureView users and analysts put forward various assumptions about the photo opportunities of the upcoming new item. The presentation that took place during MWC 2019 put an end to rumors about the hardware of the camera phone, and today the network has the first selection of pictures taken on the flagship gadget of the famous brand.

    Nokia 9 PureView

    On the back panel of Nokia 9 PureView, there is a camera block consisting of five 12-megapixel sensors (two color and three monochrome) with Zeiss optics, f/1.8 aperture, and 1.25 µm pixel size. The combination of led flash and ToF module is completed.

    When the user takes a picture, all five sensors are triggered at the same time, capturing an image with a different exposure, and then a special algorithm reduces the information into a single image. Nokia 9 PureView comes with a pre-installed Lightroom graphics editor that allows you to process photos in RAW format.

    Nokia 9 PureView

    In addition to the advanced main camera, the device is equipped with protection against external influences according to the standard IP67, 5.99-inch POLED display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9, Snapdragon processor 845, 6 GB of RAM and 20-megapixel front. The flagship camera phone will go on sale in the second quarter of 2019 at an approximate retail price of $699 (roughly Rs. 49,700).

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