Nokia 9 PureView is the most talked about smartphone to be launched by HMD Global. Having been surrounded by a mixture of enthusiasm and disappointment. Now, when we are certainly within days of its official presentation, the first (allegedly) official images of the new 'high-end' appear.
As we have said many times in the past, also in these images, the center of attention is your photographic module with a total of 5 cameras. We still do not know exactly the specifications of each of the sensors, but this unique design continues to speak.
Nowadays, the photographic capabilities of a smartphone are becoming more important. Several manufacturers continue to try to occupy first place in this 'fierce battle'. But will Nokia be able to come to surprise everyone and everything?
The 5 cameras of Nokia 9 PureView could be your only salvation
Once again, it is proven that in terms of design, Nokia 9 PureView will not be able to leave its competition behind. This is because your front panel still has too large vertical margins. Especially if we consider that all manufacturers are starting to release true bezel-less. Even in the mid-range segment, as was the case with the new Vivo V15 Pro.
Its wide-edged front panel, and the presence of the outdated Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, are undoubtedly the great 'Achilles' heel' of this smartphone. These two 'details' will surely be enough that this cannot be considered a high end smartphone in 2019.
Besides that, these new images confirm the presence of the fingerprint reader on the screen, as well as the fact that it is yet another Android One smartphone to be launched by HMD Global.
It seems that the Nokia 9 PureView will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2019. Where you will finally know all the details about these five rear cameras. Unfortunately, we still don't know what your market price should be either. However, it may be one of the possible weaknesses of this equipment.
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