New Nokias include retro throwback and a flagship with five cameras

"Official" Nokia 9 PureView image render released online

Nokia has partnered with Light for the five-camera setup.

The five cameras offer up to 10 times more light for better images.

Before delving into details of the penta-lens camera, let's have a look at the specs. In addition to the Nokia 9 PureView, we can confirm that the Nokia 4.2 will be priced at Euro 199 and the Nokia 1 Plus entry-level smartphone will cost just Euro 99.

"Nokia smartphones have always pioneered imaging innovation".

HMD Global, the Finnish company that owns the rights to use the Nokia brand for mobile phones, has launched a smartphone with an array of five camera lenses on the rear - two 12 megapixel color sensors and three 12 megapixel monochrome sensors - created to appeal to camera enthusiasts. "On top, we bring power editing suites like Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Google Photos depth editor right to your fingertip - now explore every detail with your Nokia 9 PureView". Nokia says the images are between 60MP and 240MP depending on the scene.

The unparalleled high-fidelity 12MP depth map created with each JPG enables attractive Bokeh and provides the opportunity to explore your inner artist using Google Photo's built in depth editor. It also allows users to adjust the focus after taking a picture. We will, of course, be fully reviewing the Nokia 9 PureView as soon as we can.

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By the end of 2018, with over a dozen handsets under its young belt, the reputation had been earned: Nokia was back.

Nokia 9 PureView saves images in JPEG, as well as RAW. The back slopes slightly to meet the slim bezels, and while there's no dedicated camera button on this photography-forward phone, the 6-inch 2K OLED display is plenty sharp and delightfully colorful, and color-accurate, with HDR10 support. No Bayer filter means more light reaches the sensor, which is great for low-light shooting, but it also enables native B&W shots. For selfies, Nokia 9 PureView has 20MP sensor. A total of five lenses dominate the backside of the phone.

Nokia 3.2 features a new notch design for Nokia which the company calls "selfie notch".

The Nokia 9 PureView launches with Android 9 Pie out of the box.

We were pleasantly surprised by the original Nokia 1, which ran on Android Oreo. It comes in red, blue, and black, and features redesigned Google apps that have been optimised to run faster and use less memory. The camera comes with support up to 4K for video, but only a single lens is used for recording the video. The Adaptive Battery feature limits battery usage from apps you don't use often, and App Actions predicts what you're about to do so you can get to your next action quickly.

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. The back of the phone is home to a fingerprint sensor and a 13MP camera.

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