On July 12, HMD Global announced that the world’s first five-camera new machine, Nokia 9 PureView, officially entered the Indian market. It is priced at 49,999 Indian rupees (about $729). According to HMD Global, the device will be widely available in India on July 17. Upon this date, customers will find the handset across major Indian retailers. HMD’s Chief Product Officer, Juho Sarvikas, shared the handset’s history via a Twitter Post to celebrate the announcement.
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At present, China’s Nokia 9 PureView is priced at 5,499 yuan ($799), but in third-party online stores, the price has dropped to 4,999 yuan ($726). This is basically the same as the Indian price.
The biggest highlight of the phone is that the rear lens has reached five. As said, it is the world’s first rear five-camera phone. All five lenses have a 12MP resolution (two color lenses, three black and white lenses). According to the official introduction, these five lenses are precisely coordinated. The amount of light entering is 10 times higher than that of a single camera.
Each lens automatically recognizes and adapts to various scenes. So the synergy use is far more effective than a single camera. The Nokia 9 PureView adds custom algorithms and artificial intelligence to make every photo clear and detailed.
In addition, the Nokia 9 PureView also adds depth of field mode. The latter can identify more than a thousand depths of field. And the detailed depth of field information let you use the secondary focus to find the desired details in the photo.
As for the key features, the Nokia 9 PureView uses a 5.99-inch 2K OLED display (resolution 2880 × 1440), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, a 6GB of memory, a 128GB storage, a front-facing 20MP camera, and a battery capacity of 3320mAh.