Nokia released the world’s first 5-camera Nokia 9 PureView to global consumers in front of MWC 2019.
Nokia 9 PureView is the world’s first smartphone with Zeiss’ five array cameras. Two of the color sensors and three black and white sensors. All five sensors add up to capture 10 times more light than a single sensor phone. Each shot taken by Nokia 9 PureView is imaged in a high dynamic range, with five cameras capturing images simultaneously and blending into a 12-megapixel photo with excellent dynamic range and depth of field.
In addition, Nokia 9 PureView supports taking pictures in RAW (DNG) format by maximizing the heterogeneous computing architecture of the Qualcomm Opteron processor and featuring a dedicated imaging co-processor with a custom chipset.
In terms of configuration, Nokia 9 PureView uses advanced Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, 2K resolution OLED screen, integrated Qi wireless charging and screen fingerprint.
Nokia 9 PureView will begin shipping in the near future with an average retail price of $699 worldwide.
In addition to Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia also released a number of models including Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2, Nokia 1 Plus and Nokia 210. Among them, Nokia 4.2 will be available for sale in April, with an average retail price of 2GB+16GB for US$169 and 3GB+32GB for US$199. Nokia 3.2 will be available in early May, with an average retail price of 2GB+16GB for $139 and 3GB+32GB for $169. The Nokia 1 Plus will be available in mid-March and has an average retail price of $99 worldwide. The Nokia 210 will be available in March and has an average retail price of $35 worldwide.