Nokia 9 PureView with an impressive 5-camera array announced

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At MWC 2019, Nokia today announced its flagship smartphone, the Nokia 9 PureView. The main highlight of this device is its 5-camera setup on the back that enables numerous imaging features. The five 12 MP cameras can collect up to 10 times more light when compared to a single smartphone camera color sensor. As a result, you will be able to take photos with great dynamic range that capture detail and texture from both the highlights and shadows and incredible depth-of-field. Nokia 9 PureView camera setup highlights:

  • Five 12 MP cameras with ZEISS Optics
  • Exceptional dynamic range in every shot. HDR images and video captured with Nokia 9 PureView feature exceptional dynamic range, preserving the details within the highlights and shadows alike.
  • Incredible depth-of-field – adjust the focus after the shot. Using depth mode, Nokia 9 PureView can identify over 1,200 layers which it uses to build a detailed depth map.
  • Native black-and-white photography. Three f/1.8 monochrome sensors enable native monochrome mode.
  • Shoot and edit RAW DNG photos on the phone. You can download Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for powerful RAW photo editing and a heap of creative tools on your phone.
  • Make real-time adjustments in the Pro Camera UI with control over white balance, ISO, shutter speed and exposure times of up to 10 seconds

When you take a photo using the Nokia 9 PureView, each of the five cameras automatically adopt the optimal settings for various parts of the scene. Then, synced with bespoke algorithms and advanced AI, the cameras shoot simultaneously. Finally, the images are fused into a single HDR photo with texture and detail from both the shadows and the highlights.

The device is built from machined aluminum and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor along with imaging co-processor from Light. It comes with a 5.99” edge-to-edge pOLED QHD display with 2K resolution that supports HDR10. You can also record 4K HDR videos with Spatial audio capture using this device. The device also features an in-display finger print sensor and is also wireless charging enabled.

The Nokia 9 PureView will cost $699 and will be available in select markets.