Nokia used to be the biggest mobile phone manufactures before Apple’s iPhone and Android smartphones took over the smartphone industry. Nokia sold it’s devices and services division to Microsoft in 2014. After the Finnish company, HMD bought a part of Microsoft’s phone business it started making smartphones under the Nokia brand.
On February 2019 Nokia launched Nokia 9 PureView. It comes with 5.99-inch OLED display with QHD+ 18:9 ratio. Nokia has also integrated the fingerprint on its display which is one of the interesting features in Nokia’s phone. It also has face unlock sensor to unlock the device. The display is protected with the Gorilla Glass Nokia 9 and has a little bit of a thick bezel. It is ip67 water resistance. In terms of thickness, Nokia 9 is only 8mm thick. It also comes with wireless charging and without camera bump.
Nokia 9 PureView has 20 MP camera with 5MP pixel binning and 5 Zeiss lenses camera at back. Five 12MP cameras collect 10 times more light the other smart phone’s camera. The 2 cameras out of 5 cameras can deliver excellent vibrant color information. Other monochrome cameras can capture the entire spectrum of light without filtering RGB colors. Due to the RGB and monochrome cameras, the Nokia 9 can deliver the white balance and exposure across the scene.
Processor, storage and battery:
Nokia 9 PureView have octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. It runs Android 9.0 Pie. With the latest Android version, Nokia 9 comes with Android one stock UI. The inbuilt storage of Nokia 9 PureView is 128 GB without expandable storage and with a RAM of 6GB and battery capacity of 3320mAh. Currently, the color choice is only Midnight Blue.