Nokia 9 PureView with five cameras launched for Rs. 50000

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One of the first global Android 9 Pie (Go edition) smartphones, Nokia 1 Plus brings solid imaging in a high-quality Nokia design with a big screen, at exceptionally accessible price points. It comes in three colour options - black, white and pink - and it is available now.

The Nokia 210's battery will last almost a month, bringing back the Nokia of old, when its smartphones never died.

Nokia launched a lot of new phones at the MWC Barcelona, but one phone that caught everyone's attention is the Nokia 9 PureView. There are slim bezels above and below the screen, but no notch. The top third of the glass rear of the device is glossy, while the bottom is matte. There is no camera bump as all the five cameras sit beneath the surface.

Nokia 9 PureView packs with 5.99 edge-to-edge display with 2K resolution.

Spec wise, the Nokia 9 is something that you won't be surprised with. Two of the cameras gave RGB color sensors, and they are able to capture the vibrant colors, while the other three are monochrome and focus more on details. On the back there is a 13-megapixel sensor with a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.

But, unlike many of its rivals, the Nokia 9 does not include any wide-angle lenses, nor does it have a zoom lens, or a macro lens.

There is no optical image stabilisation on board the Nokia 9 PureView, though there are Zeiss optics and the Nokia 9 also has artificial intelligence features too.

It has a fingerprint sensor which is positioned at the rear panel. The wide-angle lens has an aperture of f/2.2, while the telephoto lens has an aperture of f/1.8. And that is where the industry's urge to create such multi-camera arrays for phones comes from. It also enables high dynamic range that makes it proficient at shooting even in low light.

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The Nokia 3.2 is powered by the Snapdragon 429 SoC and comes with either 2 or 3GB RAM options along with 16 or 32GB of onboard storage which can be further expanded through a micro SD card slot. The Nokia has slightly more RAM though at 6GB compared to 4GB.

Battery: 3320mAh & Qi Wireless charging. Sadly, there is no 3.5mm audio jack though.

The company unveiled Nokia 4.2 expected to be priced in range of Rs 12,000- Rs 15,000, Nokia 3.2 for Rs 10,000-12000 a unit and Nokia 1 plus for around Rs 7,000 a unit.

The Nokia 210 will be running S30 software that'll have Opera Mini as the browser, with Facebook and the Classic Snake game preinstalled.

The Pixel 3 XL has a larger display, a slighty larger battery capacity and an proven rear camera that delivers excellent results.

The USP is definitely the wonderful five rear mounted cameras complimented with the HDR10 display and in-screen fingerprint plus wireless charging included.

If this turns out to be the case again then it'll probably be best for the smartphone makers to take a step back and revisit their strategy of trying to sell us lemons disguised as industry-changing ideas.