Similarly, the bigger, cheaper Nokia 3.2 has the Assistant button, too, but trades the dual cameras for a larger 6.26-inch 720p display, the glass back for plastic, and drops the processor to a Snapdragon 429.
This is essentially the same thing that Google's Pixel phones do with just one lens, but by using five lenses at once Nokia says it can achieve faster results, processing the five shots in parallel rather than in series. Two cameras are comprised of RGB sensors while the remaining three are monochromatic sensors. After plenty of leaks we get our first official look and see what a Nokia Five camera device can do.
HMD Global offers the Nokia 9 PureView with 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage for a price of $699, which will probably be converted 1:1 into euros in Europe. With the ability to shoot in RAW and edit on-phone with Lightroom, there's lots of potential to tweak that output for some personalized, stylistic shots, and while that may not make you the next Leibovitz overnight, there's plenty of room for you to shine.
Elsewhere, the Nokia 9 PureView is rated IP67 for dust and water resistance, which means it should be able to take high-resolution depth-map photos in the water. This means each 12MP JPG image benefits from outstanding detail in areas of both bright sunlight and shade.
USA allies in Europe are still making their minds up on allowing Huawei to participate in the 5G rollout and it's not clear if Washington's campaign is having an effect, with some viewing it as a calculation of technical risks rather than as part of a broader battle for tech supremacy between China and the U.S.
The Nokia 9 PureView uses next-generation computational photography, which takes mobile photography to the next level. This makes it a great way for professionals and amateurs to really take advantage of the pro UI and see what they can do with the camera. HMD claims the unique camera array on the Nokia 9 captures more detail and gives you more control over field of view and depth.
The Nokia 9 PureView is packed with advanced technologies. HMD Global has therefore made a decision to install its own image co-processor between the camera and the Snapdragon 845, which performs numerous calculations. Nokia 9 PureView is also capable of panoramas, which can quickly tot up to more than 240-megapixels. Qi-charging, 4K Ultra HD Video, an optical in-display fingerprint sensor and Face Unlock in 2D via the 20-megapixel front camera are also included.
The design of the Nokia 9 PureView is not that different from other Nokia smartphones. This isn't a camera system that offers various focal lengths via various lenses - all five cameras work together all the time, unless you are shooting B&W. Like the Nokia 8.1, the handset features a premium glass finish on the front and back that sandwiches a metal frame.
The good news is you get Android 9 Pie - the latest version of the software - and the 4.2 is part of Google's Android One program meaning an nearly stock version of the operating system and guaranteed major Android updates for two years, and security updates for three.
Xiaomi Corporation's new smartphone Mi MIX3 5G. Which is useful for getting shots of kids. These features further streamline your device's functionality and your overall Android experience. The program also guarantees security updates for three years and two years of OS updates.
The Nokia 210, a new simple mobile phone from HMD Global, completes the litter.