After grabbing too much fame around the globe, the Nokia 9 PureView is finally coming to India this year. The unique part of this is the Penta-lens setup camera, which is the outcome of HMD, Light, and Qualcomm working together.
The device doesn’t feature any Ultra-Wide camera lens, instead the five cameras combine the data together. This in turn result an image with higher dynamic range with highest depth-of-field.
In a recent tweet by Nokia Mobile India, we can see that they are teasing a launch of the device sometime within this month.
The Nokia 9 PureView features a Snapdragon 845 SoC, which is, however, a little bit old. Along with this, the device comes with a not-so-massive 5.99-inch P-OLED display. Along with this, it features 128GB storage, with 6GB RAM and a smaller 3320mAh battery. Yes, with Qualcomm QuickCharge technology.
Out of the box, the Nokia 9 PureView will come with Android One, which almost every HMD smartphone features.
Possibly enough, the smartphone might land in sub ₹50,000. That is the same place where the OnePLus 7 Pro lies.
If it tries to get into the ₹50,000+ market, it will get beaten up pretty badly with Samsung Galaxy S10, Google Pixel, etc.
How good will this device be? Will you buy considering the camera or overall performance?
Source: Android Central