Nokia 9 PureView has been officially unveiled today. Nokia's new flagship hits the market for $ 699, ie 620 euros at current exchange rates. Not to mention some extra fees that devices may have in our market.
The Nokia 9 Pureview also comes with 5 rear cameras. The European company smartphone gives us 2 RGD cameras (color) and 3 monochrome cameras (black and white) to capture as much detail as possible. Know more about the cameras here.
Incidentally, this type of set (RGB and Monochrome) was seen on smartphones like Huawei P9, P10 and even P20. Although Huawei smartphones did not offer 3 monochrome cameras the idea is the same. That is, these lenses are used to capture more light and detail and provide the end result of the lowest possible noise photography.
Nokia 9 PureView brings 2 RGB and 3 Monochrome cameras
So that is the idea of Nokia. I personally believe that the user would value more wide angle and telephoto, however 5 cameras should not reach for everything (cof cof).
Still, it is believed that this Nokia 9 PureView can be designed for the most photography lovers. This is because the smartphone seriously focuses on doing something well done. In that respect, nothing to criticize.
Nokia 9 PureView specifications fall short
One thing we (obviously) have to criticize is the use of an old processor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 is last year's flagship chip. That is, those looking for a high-end Nokia will not find it because it does not exist. Nokia continues to invest in older processors for a more attractive price.
I could still understand such an ideology, but even today Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 9 for Europe at 449 €. A lower price than Nokia, with better specifications and one of the best cameras on the market.
Is it worth it to keep talking? I'm passionate about Nokia smartphones and a lover of its mid-range Android One phones. But it costs me to see a brand that I like to make the mistakes of the past. That way you will never be seriously looked at in the high end segment.
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