The Nokia 4.2 will come in Pink sand and black colour options with a price of $169 and shipping starting in April. Moreover, the individual sensors can also capture multiple exposures which help add more data to the final photograph. These include Nokia One Plus, Nokia 3, Nokia 4 and Nokia 210. The smartphone has a 5.71-inch HD+ display with 19:9 aspect ratio.
The long-rumoured flagship is the first to feature five - yes, five - cameras, which are arranged in a bonkers-looking array on the Nokia 9's backside.
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. While the Galaxy S10 and iPhone XS allow owners to adjust the amount of bokeh-style blur behind the subject of the photograph, Nokia allows you to completely change what object is the focal subject of the image. That's something that's far from a given on even much more expensive smartphones.
Those five cameras are divided into three that capture monochrome and two that capture RGB colour. These monochrome cameras can capture about 2.9 times more light, HMD says.
Exceptional dynamic range in every shot. All the five cameras work simultaneously to take a shot and the results are fused in the end for the end image. This is what enables the SD845 to control and process information from the five separate cameras, and do so in an instant.
If you look beyond the camera, the Nokia 9 PureView isn't quite on a par with other flagships for 2019.
Being an old school device, the Nokia 210 also comes with the iconic Snake game built-in.
There's not much to say about the Nokia 9's design, but that's actually not such a awful thing. Naturally, we're chomping at the bit to put the Nokia 9 through our own photographic paces and see for ourselves how reliably these cameras can produce well-lit, detailed, and accurate photos which, most importantly, can make all our friends jealous. It also comes with easy access to helpful innovative services including the Google Assistant, which helps you get things done throughout the day, as well as Google Photos with free unlimited high-quality photo storage. However, a smaller 2MB thumbnail will be available instantaneously in Google Photos. You can alternatively export RAW DNG images to Adobe Lightroom for advanced editing. In selected markets, pre-orders for the device begin from today. Coming to the US - for $699! Sure, you still have the OnePlus 6T undercutting that price by about $100, but who else?
The Nokia 9 PureView is certainly shaping up to be one of the more unique flagships of 2019, and one photographers in particular will want to watch very closely. It's not a ideal setup, though. It is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 SoC.