Nokia 9 Pure View, Nokia's 2019 Flagship Android Phone To Feature Five Cameras

Whether you like to disconnect on the weekend or take breathtaking pictures on your nights out, there’s a Nokia phone for you.
Whether you like to disconnect on the weekend or take breathtaking pictures on your nights out, there’s a Nokia phone for you. (Photo: Twitter/Nokia)

2019 for Nokia fanatics is definitely exciting as the Finnish telecommunications company is set to release its flagship phone early this year.

A video leak published by MySmartPrice shows a content-rich promotional view of the upcoming Nokia 9 Pure View. The video shows that the newest Nokia handset will be having a five-lensed rear camera at a hexagonal layout. Included on the layout are the flash and another lense-similar part, probably a sensor.

The five cameras are designed to capture five simultaneous shots at once. This lets the users adjust the photo focusing even long after the photo was taken. This is contrary to the usual Android camera feature that only allows the user to switch focus while capturing.

Nokia 9 Pure View comes with ZEISS optics, allowing the users to enjoy ten times the brightness than those of regular android phone cameras. This means photo quality will not be compromised even taking photos in a low light environment.

Multi-lens technology as what Nokia 9 will have is a technology wherein separate lenses are used to capture high-resolution images. Dubbed L16 for one uses 16 different lenses in capturing photos and combines all of them in a 52-megapixel photo. Dubbed L16 was used in San Francisco on 2015.

Nokia 9 Pure View comes with a 5.99-inch 2K HDR10 pure display although it will not adopt the modern handsets' refreshing less-bezel appearance. It is expected to retain Nokia's sandwich glass design and a bit of the Siricco's design which was originally featured at Nokia 8, according to Gizmodo.

An indicator light and a dual selfie camera can be found in front of Nokia 9 surrounded by the balanced borders both on top and at the bottom. However, the rumors of a front-facing speaker installed at the quite spacious chin of the device will not be found.

Pure View also showcases an on-screen fingerprint reader, a technology that Silicon Valley giants attempted to launch and eventually abandoned due to its high pricing as The Daily Mail hinted.

The one minute 12-second long video also shows that Nokia 9 Pure View will come with 6gb RAM, 128gb of storage and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Pure View will boast at its state of the art Qi wireless charging.

There is still no update on when the Nokia 9 Pure View will be out in the market but rumors are spreading that the Nokia's 2019 flagship phone will rock the shelves during the Mobile World Congress on February.

Watch this video for more about the Nokia 9 Pure View.

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