The HMD Global brand and the Nokia 9 PureView have been running so long that we have been waiting for a long time for phone calls. This is about the phone PureView firm will be resurrected, which was popular with the Lumia 1020 and its 41 megapixel camera in 2013.
Today, it is again featured in official and promotional material. We have an image already published Evan Blass, His nickname is "Begoller," as well as a presentation video they publish MySmartPrice but also has some peculiarities.
We see that this Android One, with Google, is a straightforward software version without the need for additional configuration. Zeiss also affirms the optics in its five cameras, with which the manufacturer raises up to 10 times, thanks to traditional sensors five simultaneous frames.
Nokia participates in a polarized war, which conflicts The number of cameras against image processing. This method eliminates the need to use algorithms machine learning Pixel 3 or iPhone XR, with the same camera, is very clever in phones.
Other information confirmed by this video is Snapdragon 845 processor, which is the best for 2018 and the 2019 relay: Snapdragon 855. It has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory. MySmartPrice, wireless charging and more. The HDR10 screen is in 2K resolution, which has a fingerprint sensor.
One of the Finnish brand's fear of controlling HMD was the loss of Nokia's value on Windows Phone and the loss of good phones – their cameras. He expects to be officially certified to check that the terminal has a sensation in the market a few years ago.
HMD is expected to present the Nokia 9 PureView in January next year, which will be held on February 25th, the World Mobile Congress 2019.
The opportunities As expected from the Nokia 9 PureView:
- Screen: 6 "HDR10, 2K resolution and 18: 9 ratio
- Processor: Snapdragon 845, at eight nucleus at 10 nm, Adreno 630
- Memory: 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of Capacity and microSD
- Battery: Qi wireless charging
- Connectivity: 4G, WiFi, Bluetooth
- Others: fingerprint sensor on screen
- System: Android One (9 Pie)