All this talk of folding phones can get a little overwhelming. Considering overwhelmingly, HMD only announced a Nokia phone with five cameras.
Meet Nokia PureView 9. HMD has shown it at the Mobile World Congress, and some buzz has been created. Nokia PureView 9 has five cameras on the back to produce brilliant images that compete with Google Pixel and iPhone. But these cameras work in tandem, they are like eyes on an insect.
Essentially, Nokia PureView 9 uses all five of its 12 MP cameras for each photo you take. The images from these images are compressed into a process called "image stacking" and a super high quality 60 MP image is made. Nokia PureView 9 also has GDPth features, so you can use the five cameras to create photos with depth (the subject is sharp, the background is blurred).
Once you have crossed the five cameras, Nokia PureView 9 is relatively easy. It contains a Snapdragon 845, which is a year-old processor that most new phones have already replaced. It only has its own camera, but it has a 6.41 "OLED screen with built-in fingerprint reader, 128 GB storage and 6 GB of RAM. No, it has no headphone jack.
This year's Mobile World Congress has been exciting, weird and We have folding phones, phones that squeeze (weird) and 1TB SD card, so HMD's presentation at MWC comes as a fresh air, I guess.
While Nokia PureView 9 may sound like an exciting technical advance , it might just be a weird gimmick, it will cost more than $ 700, so consumers face a fun choice: should you buy a powerful phone with good cameras, like Google Pixel 3, or should you sacrifice processing power for Nokia PureView 9 ? s five cameras?
Source: Arstechnica, Nokia / HMD