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Nokia 9 PureView Smartphone

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Feb 26, 2019

Category: Tech

Specializing in software-defined cameras, Light has teamed up with Nokia to create a smartphone with a brilliant multi-camera system. Nokia will be the very first company to utilize Light’s 12MP five-camera setup, as it’s featured on the new Nokia 9 PureView Smartphone.

Working simultaneously, the Nokia 9 PureView smartphone’s five incredible cameras will gather up to 10 time more light than one camera color sensor on a smartphone, giving you pictures with amazing dynamic range, realistic color, and insane depth-of-field. The cameras feature Zeiss Optics, two color sensors, and three monochromatic sensors, working together for immaculate clarity. You can even edit RAW DNG photos right on your phone. The smartphone also features 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a 6-inch OLED 2K HD display with a convenient on-screen fingerprint sensor, a 3,320 mAh battery, IP67 water and dust resistance, and Android 9 Pie. The world’s first five-rear-camera smartphone will be available in March for $699.

Purchase: $699

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