Nokia Plans Five Cameras for Nokia 9 PureView

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Quality and size of the camera become essential factors to consider while purchasing a smartphone. Manufacturers are also paying attention to this feature to grab the attention of selfie lovers. Nowadays, manufacturers try nifty tricks to improve the quality of photographs from their smartphones. No doubt, a smartphone’s camera can’t give you the quality of a DSLR. Nowadays, several smartphones are coming with multi-camera modules on their back.

Manufacturers are trying to improve the quality of photographs with a specific arrangement of lenses, from a wide-angle – telephoto. Sometimes, monochrome can create a unique contrast. In this quest, Nokia is ready to take a unique view with the PureView Nokia 9.

With five camera modules, the Nokia is confident that PureView can create the best images. The back of the Nokia 9 Pureview has five lenses. You may not find an ordinary smartphone with special lenses, such as wide-angle, optical zoom, or ultra wide angle.

The clusters feature two colors sensors (12-Mp RGB), three monochrome sensors (12-MP), a time-of-flight sensor, and one dual-tone LED flash. With time-of-flight sensor, it is easy to measure the distance between the subject and the lens. Zeiss manufactures the sensors, and the smartphone has an f/1.85 aperture.

A particular chipset and Lux capacitor stitch the five modules of the camera together. Nokia works in collaboration with Light to make a smartphone with powerful lenses. The Nokia 9 PureView powers by Snapdragon 845 instead of 855. This exclusive chip is capable of controlling two cameras functioning simultaneously. Moreover, the smartphone is equipped with 128GB of internal storage, 6GB of RAM, a 6-inch display “2K” with a high aspect ratio and HDR10 and wireless charging.

With a beautiful fusion of software and technology, you can now create detailed images. Every camera can capture between 1 and 4 frames after pressing the shutter button. The frames are combined in an image stacking technique that syndicates details of every frame to create a beautiful image.

Now, this latest fusion will compete against the Pixel 3, the current king of camera system. The L16 Light produces beautifully detailed photos, but the processing is slow. The Nokia 9 PureView may suffer from this slow processing glitch. It can limit the real-world use of the cameras. This phone may not get commercial success, but it is interesting to see Nokia again in its innovative form. You may get this smartphone in March at almost $699.    


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