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HMD Global, the Finnish company that now owns the Nokia brand for mobile phones, has officially revealed the Nokia 9 PureView, the world’s first smartphone with an array of five camera lenses on the rear – two 12 megapixel color sensors and three 12 megapixel monochrome sensors – designed to appeal to mobile photographers. Other features include: a 5.99-inch P-OLED display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage, all running an Android One-certified build of Android 9.0. Read more for a video review, additional pictures and information.
“The Nokia 9 PureView represents a fascinating step forward in the field of smartphone photography, and if all goes well with this phone, you can believe HMD Global wants its other phones to use it too. Who knows: we might be looking at the future of the smartphone camera experience right now. It just needs a bit of polish first,” according to Engadget.
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