Nokia 9 PureView aims to provide high-quality photos

Tech Tools: Phone features five lenses, wireless charging and uses Android Pie

Nokia’s 9 PureView is priced €599

Nokia’s 9 PureView is priced €599

 

Remember the days when Nokia was the king of the smartphones? The company lost its grip on that when Apple decided to get into the business, and in an effort to regain its title, turned its hand to some ridiculously high-resolution camera phones instead.

That was then; now the phone brand is in new hands. But HMD Global has hinted that it might revisit those days. The Nokia 9 PureView has gone for five lenses, simultaneously snapping a picture that will combine to create the best possible image. It also comes with Android Pie, wireless charging and an under screen fingerprint reader.

Priced €599, nokia.com

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